Donkey Internet, a UK-based domain registrar and SSL retailer, has partnered with Trustwave to provide e-commerce merchants with a single source solution that helps merchants protect credit card data and validate their identity to consumers.
The solution bundle enables e-commerce merchants to secure their information with Trustwave’s 256-bit SSL certificates, validate compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), and demonstrate their compliance and security to consumers by displaying the Trustwave Trusted Commerce website security seal.
“As an SSL reseller, we wanted to partner with a company that had a strong brand following that understood security and had a vast offering for our clients,” said Adam Wood, director of SSLDonkey. “Trustwave’s extensive SSL and security offering will ensure our customers are receiving exactly what they need.”
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