Whatever payment solution is used on the website, it should take care to ensure the website visitors’ personal information is safe and secure during the purchasing transaction.
Usually, the website owner may purchase the digital security certificate (SSL) which is configured for the domain by the web hosting provider and protect the website from hackers and credit card thieves by encrypting the visitors’ personal and credit card information by 128-bit or higher encryption.
The leading brand of SSL Certificate is VeriSign. All Certificate issuers charge a one-time or annual fee, and the hosting provider may also charge a setup fee to obtain the digital certificate for you. This annual rates may vary from vendor to vendor depending on the bit encryption rate. Besides, you may need to purchase a static IP to install this digital certificate for your domain.