Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
Created by the government in the early 70′s and is currently used by more than Fortune 1000 companies in the United States, EDI is a standard document structure that is designed to enable large organizations to transmit information over private networks. EDI is currently also used in the corporate website.
Open Buying on the Internet (OBI)
Is a standard created by the Internet Purchasing Roundtable which will ensure that the various e-commerce systems can talk to each other. OBI OBI developed by a consortium of http://www.openbuy.org/ supported by leading companies in technology such as Actra, InteliSys, Microsoft, Open Market, and Oracle.
Open Trading Protocol (OTP)
OTP is intended to standardize the various activities relating to the payment process, including purchase agreements, receipts for purchases, and payments. OTP is actually a competing standard to OBI are built by several companies, including AT & T, CyberCash, Hitachi, IBM, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, and British Telecom.
Open Profiling Standard (OPS)
A standard backed by Microsoft and Firefly http://www.firefly.com/. OPS allows users to create a personal profile of each user’s preferences that can he shared with the merchant. The idea behind OPS is to help protect their privacy without closing the possibility to process the transaction information for marketing, etc..
Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
This protocol is designed to establish a secure channel to the server. SSL uses public key encryption techniques to protect data as it travels over the Internet. SSL was created by Netscape but has now been published in the public domain.
Secure Electronic Transaction (SET)
SET will mengenkodekan credit card numbers stored on the merchant’s server. This standard, created by Visa and MasterCard, enjoys wide support in the banking community. First trial of the SET in e-commerce carried out in Asia.
Is a partnership of companies that try to build public trust in e-commerce by providing a Good Housekeeping seal of approval on sites that do not violate consumer privacy.