What is SSL Certification?
Have you ever noticed that some URLs start with "http://", while others start with "https://"?
Maybe you noticed that extra "s" when you were browsing websites that require giving over sensitive information, like when you were paying bills online.
But where'd that extra "s" come from, and what does it mean?
To put it simply, the extra "s" means that your connection to that website is secure and safe. Any data you enter is safely shared with that website. The technology that powers that little "s" is called SSL, which stands for “Secure Sockets Layer.”
As a consumer, you always want to see https:// when visiting any site you trust with your essential information.
SSL Certificates protect your sensitive information such as credit card information, usernames, passwords etc. It also helps you to keep your website's data secure, increases your Google Rankings, and builds customer trust.
All our Service Booking Systems come with SSL certifications for your assurance.