The SSL certificate is a code on your web servers that provides security for online communications. It is the encrypted connections between the web browsers and the secured website.

The Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) provides encryption for TCP/IP connections as they transit the Internet and local networks between a server and client.

Yes, although SSL protects the privacy and security of a website it is with an expiration date.  Therefore, the website owner must be aware of the expiration date to ensure the website remains a trusted website.  Typically, SSLs are valid for 1-year increments.

A secure URL should begin with “https” rather than “http”. The “s” in “https” stands for secure.  This informs the visitor that the website is using a secure sockets layer certificate for encryption.

Yes, but some websites are failing do so and can be fined.   Businesses that do not have a Privacy Policy can be fined because many laws require website owners to explain their data handling practices.

Both HTTPS and SSL provide similar things but are not the same.

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