Browsing the Internet can be daunting when private data is involved. Data like passwords, credit card numbers, and the like.
A lot can be done with this data once it’s known, which is what brings hackers to online stores, banking sites and social networks.
But there are precautions put into place to defend the user from having their data stolen. One such method of protection is an SSL (Secure Socket Layer) certificate.
If you have an E-commerce website the answer is YES – you require an SSL certificate!