What is an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Encryption and How Does it Work?
SSL certificates establish a secure connection for online environments where potential customers can log in or make purchases. The indicator for these certificates is usually a lock icon or a green bar. The SSL certificates have a public and a private key that are a pair which creates an encrypted connection. Each certificate contains the identity of the certificate/website owner.
Secure your data
SSL encryption protocols fully guarantee the security of online communications for the exchange of data, emails and messages. These systems prevent third party interfering with the online communications, giving you a safe environment. SSL adds another level of safety beside the passwords, ensuring the confidentiality of your data.