Placing TLS (formerly SSL) certificates on your homepage and e-commerce site used to be good enough. Google, Safari, Firefox and Mozilla changed all that in 2018. Keeping your brand and customers safe requires that you encrypt everything:
- Domain Redirects
Managing and administering TLS certificates was never easy.
|Typical TLS Cert Issues||Authentic Web Solution|
|Multiple steps to create key and certificate||One-button click to add cert to domain|
|Certificate expiry date tracking||Automated cert renewal|
|Certs, Domains, DNS managed separately||Certs, domains, DNS integrated under one system|
|Redirect domains not encrypted or too costly||Secure, low-cost encrypted redirect service|
is the new standard for all major browsers and search engines.
The challenge to organizations to implement HTTPS everywhere is the increased administrative burden and cost of managing certs on every domain, subdomain and redirect domain.
The smart solution is to put certs, domains and DNS control under a single, integrated easy-to-manage system.