Why is my Web Browser not able to Connect to BeyondBeds.com Shopping Cart ?
For your security and to keep your credit card data safe, BeyondBeds.com is *PCI Compliant. We use the latest transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption protocols that encrypts all data, making it difficult for any unauthorized parties to view information traveling between computers over the internet. It is therefore unlikely that anyone would be able to read your personal data as it traveled across the network. It is for this reason that customers using older web browsers that lack vital security elements are unable to connect to our shopping cart.

Using an Out of Date Web Browser is a Security Risk to your Credit Card Data
If you find that you can access secure pages on other websites with your older out of date web browser, this means that these websites may be running older TLSv1.0 encryption protocols that do not meet the new updated security standards to be PCI compliant. After June 30, 2016 anyone using an older web browser that only supports TLSv1.0 will no longer be able to view websites that are PCI compliant that are runinng the newer secure protocols, TLSv1.1 and TLSv1.2.

Some Suggestions that will allow you to Checkout Securely on BeyondBeds.com

Update your Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, or *Safari web browser to the current version

* If you are a Mac user and running OSX 10.8 or older you will not be able to shop on sites running the new TLSv1.1 and TLSv1.2 as Safari version 6 and older does not support these new more sercure protocols. We suggest downloading Chrome or Firefox web browser.

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What is PCI?
*PCI is the abbreviated form of Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Included in the standard are all major credit cards. From the largest corporations to small Internet stores, compliance with the PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is vital for all merchants who accept credit cards, online or offline, because nothing is more important than keeping your payment card data secure.

Is PCI Compliance a Law?
PCI Compliance must be implemented by all merchants that use cardholder data (process, store, or transmit), however, it is not mandatory for all entities. Federal Law does not require adhering to PCI Standards, but individual laws in U.S.States vary.