Secure your website today with an SSL Certificate

Our SSL Certificates protect your visitors by using SHA-2 256-bit encryption and 2048-bit signing algorithm to encrypt the information sent between our server and their browser from just £60 a year.

Trade online safely & securely

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is the globally recognised standard for securely encrypting information being passed between a server and web browser. The SSL Certificates we offer are exactly the same as those being used by the leading online businesses and banks. Providing your users with essential peace of mind, SSL certificates signify you offer world-class data protection, increasing both trust and revenue. Websites with SSL certificates guarantee stringent security checks are in place to protect user private information, such as their bank details.

As a website owner, you can trade online safely in the knowledge that the SSL secure connection will make sure all important information is kept out of reach from prying eyes. Having an SSL certificate will keep your visitors coming back time and time again, safe in the knowledge you provide a secure service.

The benefits of using an SSL Certificate


Protect visitors' data and sensitive information

SSL certificates are not exclusive to websites trading online. If your site requires a log in for protected information, make it secure with SSL technology. An SSL certificate prevents data being intercepted when it is being accessed by authorised users.

Increase conversions

Research has shown that up to 75% of potential customers abandon a retail website due to security concerns, so a recognised, industry-standard SSL certificate will help increase your conversion rates and build up your reputation with customers.

Enhanced reputation

A visibly secured website helps you enhance your reputation and guard against possible attacks and fraud.

Website Sales In The UK (£bn)




Source: Office of National Statistics E-commerce and ICT activity Statistical Bulletin.

Figures shown above only relate to sales over a website and not total e-commerce sales.

The figures also exclude sales made by micro-enterprises (less than 9 employees) for which figures have only been published for the 2015 year which would have added a further £18.8bn to the total.

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