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Choosing the Right Type of SSL Certificate

There are different types of SSL certificate and it is important to make sure that you choose the right one to use on your website. You need to look in to each type and what they do so that you can choose the one that will perform the function that you need it to.

You also need to consider what function your website performs and what it might do in the future. You then need to think about which certificate will provide you with this and how much it will cost. The more secure you want your website to be, the more expensive the SSL certificate will be. However, they are not that expensive and so you will find that it is worth paying more money as long as it is necessary for you to have a certificate that will protect your customers.

The certificates will vary from one that will just show who owns the website to one that will protect customers banking data when buying things online. The level of protection that you need will depend on whether you ask your customers for personal data or not. In this case you should Comodo cert (more info here: https://www.gogetssl.com/comodo-ssl-certificates/ and here https://www.gogetssl.com/geotrust-ssl-certificates/) You may use a third party payment processor, but it may be wise to see have a certificate that at least shows that your site is valid so that buyers know that you can be trusted as a seller.

It is therefore extremely important to understand what your website does, what protection is available and what will be the right level of protection for you. Knowing what your customers expect can also be useful as you can then provide them with what they are looking for in the way of protection. You may not be able to ask them, but look at sites similar to your own and look at the levels of protection on there and use that to help you make up your mind.

 
   

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