Looking to get your site secured quickly, inexpensively, and without a lot of hassle? Look no further than a GeoTrust premium certificate. GeoTrust QuickSSL Premium offers the advantage of industry standard data protection, but without the time consuming research required for other certificates. Compatible with more than 99% of all browsers, GeoTrust Quick SSL Premium is a solid choice for any website.
•Fast validation. Your QuickSSL Premium certificate is domain validation, which means that your issuer doesn't have to conduct a lot of in-depth research before they can secure your site. The end result is that you're able to get your site certificate and start securing transactions - often within 10 minutes or less.
•The encryption your site needs. With up to 256-bit encryption and a 2048 bit key, QuickSSL Premium offers the protection that customers and websites alike demand. Your data is kept safe through a complex encryption process, making it nearly impossible for hackers to decode what is being transmitted. This kind of protection is at the heart of SSL. It's what matters most to your customers, and Quick SSL Premium provides it.
•Low price. Because these premium certificates are domain level validation, they are inexpensive. The main reason why certificates vary in cost is because the amount of work that must be done to validate a site before the certificate can be issued varies. The most expensive ones involve extensive research to confirm details of the business. GeoTrust PremiumSSL certificates give you the same protection at a fraction of the cost.
Why Security Matters
Some of our customers are still confused by the necessity of SSL. Known as secure sockets layer, SSL is a form of encryption that protects data transferred over the internet. Unprotected data is ripe for the picking by hackers. It doesn't require a lot of technical expertise to intercept the data, and doing so can prove quite lucrative. If it's just an email address that is being sent it might not matter much, but today's websites are getting credit card information, social security numbers and more from visitors. If this information were to fall into the wrong hands, it could easily lead to identity theft.
This has always been true, but for many years customers and website owners alike were largely ignorant of the facts. But now the vast majority of customers won't buy from a site unless at least the checkout where they actually input their information is secured. It's not just a luxury, it's not something you can choose - it's something that will stop you from succeeding unless you make sure it's addressed. Customers demand security, and that isn't going to change.