Is the Web Traffic to Your Site Secure?
We help ensure that your online traffic is encrypted and that your customers feel safe shopping or entering their personal information into your system. The certificate tells your site user that the website is trustworthy and that the content really belongs to your firm and no one else. It’s like an invisible smart lock on your business door so you can sleep peacefully at night.
By default, when you browse the internet, much of your traffic goes unprotected. Everything you type in a browser on a website can be read and saved in plain language just as it is written. This also applies to logging in to unsecured services – your username and password are there in plain language even if the password appears hidden on the website. This traffic is wanted by cybercriminals because your credit card and identity information is, of course, valuable currency. As a service provider, you should make sure that the certificate you are using has been obtained from a secure source and has preferably undergone an organisation validation (OV).
What are the different types of certificates? How do you know what kind of certificate is right for your website? What does verification mean and how is it handled by Wesentra?
Why Certificates from Wesentra?
Public Key Infrastructure as a Service – PKIaaS
Organizations already dealing with cloud migration and the security issues that presents are already feeling overwhelmed trying to get a handle on PKI, but the use cases keep coming. A PKI that you stood up 20 or even 10 years ago is unlikely to be able to accommodate new business needs. Optimize and scale the right PKI solution for your organization’s needs!Read more
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