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Features & Benefits of SSL Certificate Security

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Understanding the benefits of SSL Certificate. Know what benefits an individual or a business will get by installing the SSL Certificate on the website server.

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Features & Benefits of SSL Certificate Security

  1. 1. Features & Benefits of SSL Certificate Security
  2. 2. Benefits of having SSL Certificate o Protects Data Through Encryption o Confirms Your Identity o Offers Non-Repudiation o Helps in Avoiding “Not Secure” Warning Message
  3. 3. 1. SSL Protects Data through Encryption
  4. 4. SSL/TLS Certificate protects website visitors’ sensitive information which includes their login details, passwords, account details, and credit card numbers by establishing a secured encrypted tunnel between the Client (Web Browser) and the Server.
  5. 5. Browser Server SSL Certificate/HTTPS Secured 🔑👤 https://domain.com
  6. 6. “SSL/TLS Certificates come equipped with strong 256- bit encryption standard that cannot be cracked easily.
  7. 7. 2. SSL Confirms Your Identity
  8. 8. • It's not easy to trust someone on the internet, nor can you be sure that the website you are visiting is genuine. • Many fake websites dupe their visitors and gain sensitive information by using someone else’s name. SSL certificates can help avoid such situations. • The first step in getting an SSL Certificate is to complete the verification process. • SSL providers verify the legitimacy of the person or the organization purchasing the SSL certificate through a process that is done based on certain rules and regulations set by CA/B, a joint forum of CAs and Web browsers.
  9. 9. 3. SSL Offers Non-Repudiation
  10. 10. • Combination of Encryption, Integrity and Authentication establishes non-repudiation. • This means none of the parties in a secured transaction can legally say that their communication has come from someone else. • SSL removes the option of a party to repudiate or in other words "take back" information which has been communicated by them online.
  11. 11. 3. Helps in Avoiding “Not Secure” Warning Message
  12. 12. • Earlier in 2014, the leader of Search Engines, Google, declared that websites that have an SSL/TLS Certificate installed would get a little more preference in search results, as a part of their mission to make the entire web safe and encrypted. • Since 2018, Google Chrome and other popular web browsers like Mozilla Firefox have taken one more serious step towards it. • With the release of their latest web browser versions, they even started displaying the “Not-secure” warning on non-SSL websites. • Some websites even fail to load on these popular browsers. So, if you want your visitors to visit your website, it's mandatory to have an SSL.
  13. 13. THANKS! Get more knowledge on SSL Certificate. Download SSL Certificate E-book for free https://aboutssl.org/download-ssl-guide-ebook/

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