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Staying up-to-date in the world of online security is crucial to the health of your business. Much like in a game of RISK, out-strategizing the other players early gives you the upper hand. Protecting YOUR territory comes with the territory. That's where we come in.

Starting @ $99 per domain


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Thing of the Past

Alan Kessler, CEO at Vormetric, once compared online security to the game of RISK. "Like data encryption," he stated, "Your territory determines your risks. Some locations are easier to defend or attack, just like industries such as financial or healthcare" (Zensar). The risk of your website having its data compromised is affected by the nature of your business, especially if you handle sensitive information. However, we recommend that businesses at a lower level of risk still invest in an HTTPS connection for their site.

HTTPS - the lock icon in the address bar - securely shields your website from hackers and spammers. While it was once reserved primarily for entering passwords and credit card transactions, the entire web is gradually leaving HTTP behind and switching to HTTPS.

SSL has become a major Google ranking factor in 2018. It's time for your website to get secure!


  • Encrypt sensitive information
  • Offer trust to visitors and search engines
  • Deliver PCI compliance




per domain

Ideal for e-commerce beginners or businesses with a smaller variety of products. If you are looking to provide an easy online shopping experience at an affordable price, this is the package for you.

  • Create your Certificate Signing Request (CSR)
  • Order and install your SSL certificate
  • Validate your company's SSL certificate on the web server
  • Build 301 redirects and canonical URLs
  • Annual renewal fee required to renew SSL certificate. $55

Get The Lock Icon in the Address Bar

HTTPS securely wraps your web site from hackers, spammers, brute force attacks, and more. While it was once reserved primarily for entering passwords and credit card transactions, the entire web is gradually leaving HTTP behind and switching to HTTPS.

About SSL and HTTPS

Let's start with the basics. The "s" at the end of the "http" part of a URL means the website is secure. HTTPS (Hypertext Transport Protocol Security), or secure sites, include the SSL 2048-bit key and can protect a site connection through authentication and encryption. When installed on your website, an SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate activates the padlock and the HTTPS protocol, allowing secure connections from your website to a browser. Secure websites can protect a user's connection by securing information in three layers:

  • Encryption ensures that a user's activity cannot be tracked or their information stolen
  • Data integrity prevents files from being corrupted as they are transferred
  • Authentication protects against attacks and builds user trust

Although only less than 1% of all websites are secure (talk about getting ahead of the competition!), 40% of Google's page one organic search results feature an HTTPS site. Google is encouraging us to make the migration to secure sites and is giving an increasing amount of weight in ranking boosts to websites that are HTTPS.