Having your website recognised as a genuine, secure web entity gives you level of authority and legitimacy. To create a website that is trusted and secure you can add an SSL certificate to your company web identity. With the recent changes in Google’s Security, this has now become a vital element in ensuring your website ranks well.
SSL certificates keep your online interactions private, even on the public internet. As SSL certificate is a short program that is placed on your web server. When a web browser connects to your website, the SSL certificate encrypts the connection, making it very difficult for others to read the interaction. In a fraction of a second, the program also provides information about your web server as it establishes the encrypted connection. This identification information can ensure users that your website and your business is well-established and has been certified by an outside certification organisation.
It happens in five steps.
When you get an SSL certification, all your customers will immediately know because you will be entitled to use the “https” website address instead of the “http” command. The “s” stands for secure.
The SSL certification provides credentials to establish the identity of your company. A trusted third party (a trusted certificate authority) will also vouch for the credentials you have received (the SSL certificate). “SSL” stands for Secure Sockets Layer protocol, that enables browsers and target servers to make encrypted connections.
The SSL certificate is a kind of identity card that serves as a standard trusted identifiers in the cyber world. Each SSL certificate uniquely identifies a specific domain and specific web server. The cyber world and particularly Google puts its trust in the issuers of SS