What is SSL?
SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer and is the standard security technology used to establish an encrypted connection between a website and a visitor's browser.
Do I need SSL?
You absolutely need SSL if you're running a website that has:
- Financial transactions of any kind
- Personal detail forms
- User-controlled access areas
The vast majority of websites are better off with an SSL certificate for the simple reason that most of them have some sort of admin login. If you're using a CMS such as Wordpress you'll know exactly what we mean. This admin login gives you complete control over your website, which is why it's essential that you have a secure connection between your web browser and the server your website is located on.
Otherwise hackers might intercept that data and use it to mess with your website or worse.
Choose an SSL Certificate for your business
Standard SSL Certificate£300
£300 initial set-up fee, includes the first year. £175 per year after that.
- Gain customers' trust.
- Encrypt sensitive information.
- Protect your site against phishing.
- Get a small SEO boost from Google itself.
Extended Validation (EV) SSL Certificate£500
£500 initial set-up fee, includes the first year. £475 per year after that.
- Includes everything you get with Standard SSL.
- Secure Green Browser Bar, the type your bank uses.
- Third-party verification that your organisation is real.
- Secure Site Seal.
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