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Volume : 5 | Issue : 1 | January 2016 ISSN - 2250-1991 191 | PARIPEX - INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH Research Paper Cyber Security; Issue and Challenges in E-Commerce Santosh Kumar Maurya UGC- NET/JRF Research Scholar, Department of Management Studies, Nehru Gram Bharati University, Allahabad NagendraPratap Bharati UGC- RGNSRF Research Scholar, Department of Management Studies, Nehru Gram Bharati University, Allahabad KEYWORDS e-Commerce, Security, Threats and Vulnerabilities, Firewall, Session Hijack, Viruses. ABSTRACT E-Commerce refers to the exchange of goods and services over the Internet. The shopping through e-commerce has penetrated all segments of goods ranging from groceries to electronic goods and even vehicles. Rapid growth in mobile computing and communication technologies has facilitated popularity of e-commerce. The main impediment in growth of e-commerce is cyberfraud and identity theft. Hackers are people who carry out the cybercrime. Hence, poor security on e-Commerce web servers and in users computers is core issue to be resolved for rapid growth of e-commerce. This paper provides directions for e-commerce security so as to improve customer confidence in e-commerce shopping. Management Introduction The rapid evolution of online and mobile channels has carved out new markets and brought huge opportunities for emer- gent and established organizations alike. However, unfor- tunately the past decade has also witnessed significant dis- ruption to ecommerce payment processes and systems. The interconnected, anonymous and instantaneous nature of these channels has inevitably led to the development of malicious threats targeting ecommerce and retail services firms, their people and their customers. These e-crime and digital fraud threats continue to evolve rapidly, with attackers utilizing in- creasingly sophisticated techniques to target vulnerabilities in people, processes and technologies. The e-crime threats, if successfully realized, can undermine essential digital services, cause significant damage to brand reputations, and result in considerable financial and operational pain for organizations and their customers. In order to achieve the security objectives, it is necessary to recognize that the security of the services and the protection of the customers’ data are essential. To this end, and specifi- cally to support the current security equation, it is necessary to have an enterprise wide target customer security model. This should be designed to deliver enhancements to both custom- er-facing and back office security capabilities, and in particular to improve existing security defenses for remote online, tele- phone and mobile banking channels. RELATED WORKS Security is one of the principal and continuing concerns that restrict customers and organizations engaging withecom- merce. The aim of this paper is to explore the perception of security in e-commerce B2C and C2C websites from both cus- tomer and organizational perspectives.
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