The purpose of an SSL certificate is to protect sensitive information sent across the Internet (or any network for that matter.) Many website owners are enabling SSL to maintain trust with their customers and in response to policy changes by some of the major search engines where secured websites are given search ranking boosts compared to those which are not secured.

Adding SSL to your website is not a daunting task and simply involves submitting a number of details to a certificate authority who then issue a certificate to be installed on the server hosting your site. All of which can be done with help from our team.

We offer through our customer portal three SSL certificate options which should cover the vast majority of websites. If we don't have an appropriate product in our portfolio, we will happily go to market to find one for you.

 

Positive SSL Certificate  

Positive SSL Certificate

This is our entry level certificate and is perfectly adequate for securing any single domain website with $10,000 relying party warranty.

 

Comodo SSL Certificate  

Comodo SSL Certificate

A Comodo SSL Certificate is the recommended certificate for online stores and will secure a single domain name with $250,000 relying party warranty.

 

Positive Wildcard SSL Certificate  

Positive SSL Wildcard Certificate

If your website has multiple subdomains, we recommend the use of a wildcard SSL certificate as a single product to secure all of the sub domains at the same time. The one we offer includes $10,000 relying party warranty.