Many e-Commerce providers perform cybersecurity and IT compliance audits. When selling products or services online, choosing the right e-commerce shopping cart software is a critical decision. When a customer checks out, the shopping cart software calculates order total, shipping and handling costs, and any taxes that may be levied. Since so many calculations are built into the software code, it is critical the e-commerce provider has appropriate controls around system development and change management. If the shopping cart calculates totals improperly, it can have a direct impact on the financials of the online retailer. Implementing a robust compliance program is critical to gaining the trust and assurance of your clients. Increasingly, e-commerce companies are asked to implement and maintain a compliance program that demonstrates their commitment to a strong system of internal controls. Control frameworks (such as SOC 1, SOC 2, ISO 27001, etc.) are widely accepted and help e-commerce companies differentiate themselves from their competitors by demonstrating their commitment to maintaining a strong IT compliance program.