SSL is an encryption code that allows private, confidential information, most commonly credit card information, to pass over the Internet without being stolen and used for fraud.
The information is encrypted, sent over the Internet, and decrypted by the server at the receiving end and vice versa. The ability to send and receive over SSL is currently built-in to all major browsers. What you pay the SSL provider for is an encryption/decryption key or SSL certificate that verifies to the end user that they are sending their private information to the intended Web site.
What's more, Google is now requiring all websites to have SSL encryption. A site that is not SSL secured, will have lower SEO rankings.
All of our certificates provide strong encryption to secure the communication between your site and your customer's personal data.