SSL “Secure Sockets Layer” – Is SSL on your website?

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between web server and browser. This link ensures that all data passed between the web server and browsers remain private and integral.

This post will serve as a reminder that SSL is critical to having an online website. When a SSL certificate is present, you will see a lock icon on the left of the web address or URL. Increasingly technology providers such as Google, Firefox, Chrome, Edge, Safari, etc. are blocking user access to websites without SSL certificates. There are many websites that do not have these certificates.

While this reminder is a standard in the world of technology, it is not always simple and straightforward. You might have a SSL certificate, but you are not seeing the lock on your website. This might mean that some of your content such as images are not SSL secure which can cause this issue to happen.

Don’t be shut out from your customers finding you. Check your website and contact us if you would like a free consultation on how to ensure complete SSL certificate security. Get in touch with our team today and we will guide you through this sometimes complicated process. 

Email us at sales(at)trybrick(dot)com and put SSL audit in the subject line.

Have a great day!