What is SSL and What is it for?
Updated: May 18, 2021
SSL Certificate: The visual security guard that protects your information from hacker attacks.
SSL means "Secure Sockets Layer".
The SSL certificate on a web page serves to encrypt the information transmitted, keeping it private and protecting the user and the website itself from a hacker stealing their data (such as credit card numbers, user names, passwords, emails, etc).
“The first step to improve your business is to understand digital marketing concepts”
The SSL layer also authenticates the identity of the website and guarantees the user that it is an original and safe site.
If you are going to create your website, make sure it has an SSL certificate to protect your information and your client.