DigiCert is a security industry leader, providing a full suite of SSL Certificates as well as certificate management tools for enterprises of all sizes.
You have a variety of options when it comes to buying an SSL/TLS certificate. How do you know you’re choosing the right one? Don’t fear, by the time you’re done reading this product description, you’ll know which certificate to select for your current need.
Get authentication and encryption for one domain (www.example.com). This certificate is ideal if your business has a small number of domains. Secures www.example.com and example.com.
Increase customer confidence and conversions with the highest level of authentication. EV gives you all the benefits of Standard SSL, plus a recognizable green URL that lists your company name. This certificate is ideal if you need the highest level of customer trust.
A Multi-Domain (SAN) Certificate allows you to do what its name implies: secure multiple domains. This flexibility is ideal if you need to secure multiple names across different domains, including Microsoft Exchange and OSC environments.
Combine the flexibility of multi-domain certificates with EV security. An enterprise can have the branded green address bar on up to 250 subdomains with a single certificate, increasing your site’s credibility and customer trust.
Unlike Multi-Domain (SAN), DigiCert Wildcard Certificates allow you to secure only one domain, but with an unlimited number of first-level subdomains. This is ideal if you’re managing multiple sites hosted across numerous subdomains (e.g., *.example.com would secure www.example.com, mail.example.com, etc.)
DigiCert PKI management tools help organizations control certificate lifecycle management. Maintaining a secure network goes beyond purchasing and installing SSL Certificates; it includes proper configuration, vulnerability scanning, ongoing monitoring, and timely renewal. The best part: DigiCert tools and platforms are free.
DigiCert’s award-winning technical support team is available any time you need help, and certificates are validated around the clock. Organizations are given a dedicated account representative who is a committed partner in your security.
DigiCert has OCSP response times up to 4 times faster than our competitors. We also boast 100% server uptime. Studies have shown that lower OCSP response times are linked in more sales and more conversions. User experience matters, every millisecond matters.
DigiCert is trusted by over 115,000 organizations in more than 180 countries, including notable organizations in finance, healthcare, e-commerce, and technology sectors.
SSL certificates create an encrypted connection and establish trust.
One of the most important components of online business is creating a trusted environment where potential customers feel confident in making purchases. SSL certificates create a foundation of trust by establishing a secure connection. To assure visitors their connection is secure, browsers provide special visual cues that we call EV indicators—anything from a green padlock to branded URL bar.Read More >>
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates, sometimes called digital certificates, are used to establish an encrypted connection between a browser or user’s computer and a server or website.
TLS is an updated, more secure version of SSL. We still refer to our security certificates as SSL because it’s a more common term, but when you buy SSL from DigiCert, you get the most trusted, up-to-date TLS certificates.
HTTPS appears in the URL when a website is secured by an SSL/TLS certificate. Users can view the details of the certificate, including the issuing authority and the corporate name of the website owner, by clicking the lock symbol on the browser bar.Read More >>
To understand the differences of the three types of SSL certificates—Domain Validated (DV), Organization Validated (OV), and Extended Validation (EV)—it is helpful to understand what certificates are and how certificates are issued by authorized Certificate Authorities (CAs) like DigiCert. CAs are trusted third parties that issue TLS/SSL certificates by verifying identity details of a website owner. The only way to see these details is to look beyond the lock in the address bar.Read More >>
Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificates, also known as Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), are essential to securing internet browser connections and transactions through data encryption. TLS/SSL is the standard security technology that works behind the scenes to keep your online transactions and logins secure—here’s how it works.Read More >>