If you have a business website that stores valuable and personal information of your visitors, then it is essential to have a good SSL Certificate for your website. Apart from providing better security for your website, it offers a visual assurance (padlock, https, green URL bar) to the visitor that their stored data is in safe hands. However, with a plethora of free options available, new website owners are usually reluctant to pay for an SSL Certificate.
With Google making it mandatory for websites to have an SSL, keeping your website SSL certified has become more of a necessity than a choice. In this article, we will discuss the key differences between Free and Paid SSL Certificates.
What is an SSL Certificate?
The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is the recent security protocol that envisages communication between the browser and the server in an encrypted form, making it difficult for cyber … Read More