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Pattern Group E. Building Trust and Cred... >  Consider These Other Patterns

Consider These Other Patterns

Secure connections help safeguard sensitive personal information that your customers send you, partially addressing the security requirements in FAIR INFORMATION PRACTICES (E3).

Secure connections should be used in all Web pages where sensitive information is entered by the customer or displayed for the customer. This stipulation includes places such as SIGN-IN/NEW ACCOUNT (H2), QUICK-FLOW CHECKOUT (F1), important PROCESS FUNNELS (H1), ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT (H4), and any Web page dealing with financial information. Specially labeled ACTION BUTTONS (K4) can be used to let customers know that the transaction is secure.


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