What is an SSL Certificate?
An SSL Certificate is an internet security technique that encrypts sensitive information sent between your customer’s web browser and your website. Only recognised certificate authorities, such as Comodo and Thawte, can issue an SSL certificate. This is then unique to your website and will be verified by your customer’s web browser each time your website is accessed. Evidence of an SSL Certificate on a website is characterised by the locked padlock symbol in the address bar or bottom right of a web browser.
How will having an SSL Certificate benefit my business?
Consumers are increasingly aware of internet security and fraud and know to look for the padlock symbol when buying online. Having an SSL Certificate installed on your website gives them confidence that their details and payments are being securely transmitted. If you do not have this in place, some customers may choose not to purchase from you.
What are the costs?
At Ballyhoo, we provide a competitively priced SSL Certificate package.
- Comodo Certificate
- Up to 256-bit encryption enabled
- Universal browser compatibility
- Dedicated IP Address
- Maintenance of certificate (including set-up and renewal)
Annual payments are usually required in advance but we want your website to be affordable and will allow you spread the cost over 12 months for only £10.95
Contact us to learn more or request an SSL Certificate.