Why are SSL Certificates important
… for all users? Because we must have Encrypted Security.
The primary security reason why SSL certificates are protecting sensitive information sent across the Internet by encryption is so that only the intended recipient can access it. Making sure sensitive information you send on the Internet issecurely translated from computer to computer to the destination server.
Failure to understand this security risk can cause all kinds of trouble.
The discoveries of vulnerabilities and increase in organized cyber-attacks in the recent years, have made consumers more and more aware of security and SSL. DDOS attacks are back!
Fundamentally, all SSL certificates do the same thing. They encrypt information during SSL/TLS negotiations. Correctly installed and configured, both https:// and the padlock will show.
Whoa! I’ve heard about SSL, what does TLS have to do with it?
If only it was that simple … read on.
Why An SSL Certificate Is Important For Your Company Website
Is It Important To Have An SSL Certificate?
If you still need convincing, here are several important reasons:
• Increasing site security: First and foremost, SSL certificates protect the sensitive data transmitted from and to your website. Such information can be login details, signups, addresses and payment or personal information. SSL certificates will encrypt the connection and help protect your visitors’ data from being misused by attackers.
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