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Feepal is one of the helping hands for college online payment E-commerce can involve electronic data interchange (EDI) as well as e-mail and web-based trading and online payment for college transactions. Web transactions take place within a rapidly changing environment which has some fundamental security principles. The e- commerce world is changing rapidly. This has immediate and constantly changing implications for information security. Technology is contributing to these changes, as more and more powerful applications are developed to push information around the world and to overcome any barriers in its way. Content is no longer limited to text; it now includes documents and active content (mobile code, such as Java or ActiveX) that download and run on users' desktops; it includes voice, sound, animation, streaming video, instant messaging, file transfers and a whole range of multimedia applications. These changes create a new and fast changing series of risks and vulnerabilities for the e-commerce organization. The risk from hackers is growing all the time. Organized crime is turning to the internet and e- commerce as a lucrative business area and the growth of ‘phishing’ attacks and spam mail are two of the most visible and high-profile indicators of the extent to which e-commerce is also a danger area for consumers and businesses. Equally important are the risks arising from industrial espionage and the value that transactional information can have to a competitor, even if it has only been inadvertently disclosed. Non-repudiation is a major issue for college online payment commerce. As commercial transactions take place over the internet, the same types of dispute that arise in the analogue world arise in the digital one. Disputes can involve the specifics of agreements and performance and there are digital equivalents of the postmarks, recorded delivery receipts and notarized documents that exist in the analogue world. There are three key components to the non- repudiation issue: Non-repudiation of origin. There must be evidence for a receiving party that the sender is genuine, not an impostor. A vendor, for instance, would want to be sure that an order was from a genuine customer. Non-repudiation of submission. There must be evidence that the thing was actually sent at a particular time (such as a postmark). Non-repudiation of receipt. It must be possible to prove that the receiving party has actually received what was sent. Lesser issues include verifying the time and place of transmission. It is against this background that the issues identified in clause 10.9.1 (the e-commerce clause) of ISO/IEC 17799:2005 should be considered. The control objective is that electronic information passing over public networks should ‘be protected from fraudulent activity, contract dispute and unauthorized disclosure and modification'.
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