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What is an SSL?

SSL stands for ‘Secure Socket Layer’ and it encrypts data which is passed between a visitors browser and the website e.g. when a visitor completes a form.

What does this mean for you?

Businesses who rely on their website traffic for lead generation, general enquiries or operate Ecommerce run the risk of losing sales opportunities.

What do you need to do?

If you feel your site would benefit from an SSL please let us know. We will take out the SSL with the provider on your behalf and undertake the necessary configuration to apply it to your website. (Without the SSL your website will function as before but will be subject to the warnings applied by the web browsers).

If you would like to discuss your websites security and having an SSL applied to your site, then please get in touch with us today.

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