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Why We Made Our Websites More Secure

As a small tech company that doesn't use login credentials or credit card info on our site, we took a step outside the expectations box. Most websites that aren't in the eCommerce biz aren't required to have an SSL, but we know how important a secure web connection is to our customers.

SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. It's the standard technology for establishing an encrypted link between a web server and browser. SSL ensures all data passed between a browser and server is safe. Here's a short video where you can see what we mean.

We've made the decision to receive an SSL certificate for two major reasons.

1. We take security seriously.

We want everyone who enters our website to trust that their data, and ours, is secure. Now you can be extra sure that no one could ever intercept your communication with our website.

2. We are thinking ahead.

SSL started to become popular among large sites like Google, Facebook, and Twitter; you'll notice all these sites redirecting you to "https" URLs rather than "http." Just look up to see that we're also on the cutting edge. SSL isn't required (yet), but it is one key to having a progressive website that is ready for the future of tech. We're ready.

If you're ready for an IT company that is proactive about security and always thinking ahead, you're in the right place.

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