SSL (Secure Socket Layer)

SSL (Secure Socket Layer)

SSL (Secure Socket Layer) encrypts data a user inputs into websites so that it can securely travel from the browser to the web server.

Credit cards, social security numbers and HIPPA are types of sensitive data that need an SSL certificate.

Google: ALL data submitted on a website should be secured with an SSL. Chrome refuses sites without an SSL.

  • It Builds Trust With Your Customers

  • It Helps With the Research Process

  • It Creates a Better Connection

  • Better Access to Your Target Audience

  • It Helps Customers Make Informed Decisions

  • It's a Convenient and Comfortable Experience