Five Reasons Every Business Should Secure Websites With SSL Certification.

Wealth Net LLC releases five facts about its upcoming Website Security using SSl Certificate service launch. Further information can be found at https://myblueoctopus.com/.

Lake Oswego, United States - December 7, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Ahead of the launch of its new Website Security using SSl Certificate service, Wealth Net LLC is making public five as yet unreleased facts about the service, set to go live December 1, 2017, which fans and consumers within the Local Online Marketing space will find interesting…

The Five items include nuggets such as how website security provides:

1. Protection Against Phishing Attacks

2. Increased Customer Trust and Brand Preference

3. Encryption for Sensitive Information

4. Better Google Search Results

5. Defense to improved Cyber-criminal efforts and capabilities.

The idea for creating the Website Security using SSl Certificate service came about after two of the company’s key websites were hacked and quarantined by the hosting company. Losing two websites to security breeches cost the company both in time and effort. The immediate solution was to employ a top rated web security company to remove the virus and secure the sites going forward. This cost of this solution did not fit the budget and the decision was made to pull the sites completely off the world wide web. The company founder, Dan Crider, stated emphatically “their had to be a more economical way to defend websites in the future….”!

Wealth Net LLC. found an existing platform that could be used to secure both existing sites and new sites. The testing and implementation of this solution was 30 days. This web site security service is now offered to clients of Wealth Net LLC. at the https://myblueoctopus.com web site. Crider knew that in the early days, the internet was used mainly to communicate information. As time went on, buying and selling on the web became more common. This meant that people were sending sensitive and confidential information across the web, which then gave criminals the opportunity to steal that information. Identity theft, stolen credit card numbers, stolen logins — these and other cyber crimes became commonplace. If a business offers an online store, they must learn to protect their visitors and their customers by making sure that their website is completely secure..

Wealth Net LLC almost wasn’t able to bring the Website Security using SSl Certificate service to see the light of day. This was a classic situation of something bad creating the opportunity for something good to happen. As it turns out Google is leading the fight to get all websites to add security. As of October, 2017, Google Chrome will now display a NOT SECURE warning on websites without valid security. If a website says Not secure,it will lose customers to the competition.. The problem was overcome by providing an easy way for any website to acquire an SSL Certificate. SSL is a special communication protocol that protects the information being transmitted across the web. It creates a secure connection between a person’s web browser and the server of the company they are interacting with, so all communication between the two is kept private and secure, safe from eavesdropping, and cannot be stolen or changed in transit. All the information that is passed through this secure connection is encrypted before being sent, and decrypted only when received on the other end. If someone manages to access the information en route, it is useless to them because they cannot read what it says. .

Wealth Net LLC got it’s start when Founder Dan Crider noticed a growing need for Website Security. With more than 10 years prior experience in the Local Online Marketing world, Dan Crider decided to go ahead and roll out his website that makes getting a secured site easy and affordable.

Dan Crider is quoted saying: “We like to do things to connect with our consumers and customers. includes working to optimize search engine results. Our great SEO provides robust lead generation, and educating the market about the great need for website security offers Wealth Net LLC the opportunity to add value to our service.”

Wealth Net LLC’s Website Security using SSl Certificate service is set to launch December 1, 2017. To find out more about Wealth Net LLC and the new service, it’s possible to visit https://myblueoctopus.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Dan Crider
Email: admin@branded247.com
Organization: Wealth Net LLC
Address: 15944 Fir Grove Ct ste#101, Lake Oswego, OR 97035, United States

For more information, please visit https://myblueoctopus.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 274556

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