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SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer, securing the transfer of sensitive data such as credit card or login information between a web browser and a server.  It can also be used to transfger information from smart phones to servers securely.

Having an SSL certificate enables the data to be encrypted so that it can only be read by the authorised server - even if the encrypted data is intercepted, it is unreadable. Displaying the certificate delivers peace of mind to you and your customers, certifying that yours is a legitimate and secure site.

Online security is vitally important, in a world of credit card fraud and identity theft people need to be more and more vigilant when divulging their private details. Having the padlock symbol at the bottom of a page gives people a feeling of some security at least, this means the site is using an SSL Certificate so communication between the user and the website should not be able to be viewed by anyone else.

This is because it is encoded when it is sent, as opposed to sent in plain text in packets that could be viewed by anyone the data passes through. When this could be in another country, potentially the other side of the world, then each packet you send could pass through ten, twenty or even more nodes on the way.

If you are considering purchasing an SSL Certificate then you most likely should have one. The main criteria for purchasing an SSL Certificate are as follows:

  • You are an online store
  • You store personal details such as address, date of birth, etc.
  • You are a business that needs to comply with privacy regulations
  • You are sharing confidential data over the internet, perhaps with another office etc.
  • You are in a position where customer trust and confidentiality is important

Control encryption and decryption of smartphone traffic. IT should ensure encryption of smartphone traffic while in transit between the device and the network gateway using SSL VPN. In addition, IT must be able to decrypt smartphone traffic for comprehensive scanning using DPI SSL, and re-encrypt it for subsequent transmission.

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