Client Services Manager, Domain
Gaining Customer Trust with SSL Certificates
SSL stands for Secure Socket Layer. It’s used in Web browsers, instant messaging programs, email client and other software. It establishes an encrypted session between two machines, most frequently between a browser and a website. SSL Certificates uses a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) cryptographic system which consists of two keys: (1) A public key known to everyone and used to encrypt data (2) A private or secret key known only to the organization that procured the SSL Cert and is used to decrypt the information that is sent. These keys work together to establish an encrypted connection. SSL Certificates are issued... Read More
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Alison Simpson
With more than 13 years’ experience in the domain industry, Alison has managed all aspects of Corporate Domain Managem... More