Online Payment Gateways & API integrations
We have extensive experience integrating Websites and Apps with all the major payment and transaction gateways.
Opayo, PayPal, Stripe, Worldpay, Braintree, WePay, Klarna, SagePay
All online payments are secure and insured for fraudulent transactions with PCI DSS Security standards and 3DS 2.0
API & Online Payment Development
Payment Gateway Experience
eCommerce Development Work
We design and build online eCommerce shops that make money through our continuous web development program.
By checking, testing, and reporting on your website every week, we enable you to have your online e commerce system continually updated and optimised for customer usability and sales.
Simplify your website UpKeep with web API's
- Web API is an API as the name suggests, it can be accessed over the web using the HTTP protocol.
- It is a framework that eases development of HTTP based RESTFUL services.
- Browser based API Calls include location, video,
- All browsers have a set of built-in Web APIs help access data.
Popular API Examples:
- YouTube API’s: Google’s API lets developers integrate YouTube and functionality into websites or applications. YouTube APIs include the YouTube analytics API, YouTube Data API, YouTube live streaming API, YouTube Player APIs and others.
- The Flickr APIs: It is used by developers to access the Flick photo sharing community data.
- Twitter APIs: Twitter offers two APIs, the REST API allows developers to access core Twitter data and the search API provides methods for developers to interact with twitter search and trends data.
Payment Gateway Security Best Practices
Data Encryption: Employ strong encryption protocols like TLS to protect payment data during transmission, making it unreadable to unauthorized parties.
Tokenization: Replace card details with tokens, minimizing the risk of data exposure in the event of a breach.
PCI DSS Compliance: Adhere to the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), which outlines security requirements for handling payment card data.
Secure Socket Layer (SSL): Use SSL certificates to establish secure connections and verify the authenticity of your website.
Multi-Factor Authentication: Implement multi-factor authentication for admin access, adding an extra layer of security.
Regular Security Audits: Conduct security assessments, vulnerability scans, and penetration testing to identify and address potential weaknesses.
Update Software: Keep payment gateway software, as well as the underlying operating systems and databases, up to date to patch security vulnerabilities.
Firewalls: Install and configure firewalls to monitor and filter network traffic, protecting against unauthorized access.
Access Control: Limit access to payment data to authorized personnel only, and employ role-based access control.
Monitoring and Alerts: Implement real-time monitoring and set up alerts to detect unusual activity or potential security breaches.
Incident Response Plan: Develop a comprehensive incident response plan to address security breaches promptly and efficiently.
User Education: Train staff and customers to recognize phishing attempts and practice safe online behavior.