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2018 – Acmetek Global Solutions Inc, wins DigiCert’s 2018 Prestigious Collaborative Partner of the year award!!

Collaboration is the fuel from the heart of any business, whether it is between Employees, Partners or Customers. Collaboration is the driving force for continued efficiency among everyday tasks and a necessity for improving the outcomes of many business activities. We successfully transitioned an industry challenge in 2017/18 around Google and Symantec Website Security. Our team leveraged the sensitivity of the transition to Digicert factoring the challenges of migrations and consumer expectations during this phase. What’s more is the dedication and immense focus of Acmetek’s Global Team during 2017. Every employee ensured our clients ease of mind during a critical transition. Security and Trust around Encryption and Public Key Infrastructure is a sensitive space! Ultimately it impacts on the World Wide Web! Every single individual on the Acmetek Team stepped up the to the challenge, realizing that ease of mind for the end customer is key. Acmetek’s long term commitment to our CA Partner most mattered. Looking forward to more innovation within the CA space in the years to come!

It’s truly rewarding to again be honored by such an esteemed award, said Ramesh Nuti, CEO, Acmetek Global Solutions Inc. ―Acmetek continues to develop ways to meet changing business needs of the Website Security Industry in both PKI/Emerging Markets and SSL/TLS  reflect Trusted Advisor of security Solutions and Services initiative.

 2018 Collaborative Partner of the year award

Google Chrome to Mark All HTTP Sites as ‘Not Secure’ from July 2018

Google Chrome Will Mark HTTP Sites ‘Not Secure’ from July 2018 with the Release of Chrome 68

New Highlights:

  • Google Chrome will start labelling all Non HTTP sites as “Not Secure”
  • The change will come with the Chrome 68 release in July 2018
  • Google’s Lighthouse tool, an open source app, helps developers run audits on web pages

For the past several years, Google strongly advising webmasters (sites) to adopting HTTPS encryption. Google said that within the last year, they helped users understand that HTTP sites are not secure by gradually marking a larger subset of HTTP pages as “not secure”.

As a part of this plan Google first rolled out with Chrome 58 when Google marked all HTTP pages as “Not Secure” if the web pages having password or payment credit card fields and the second stage with Chrome 62 version when Google marked all HTTP website pages opened in a private browsing windows as “Not Secure” and beginning in July 2018 with Chrome 68 release will mark all HTTP sites as “not secure” is the final stage.



In a recent announcement, Google has confirmed that when users visit every HTTP websites on Chrome they will be flagged as “Not Secure” from July 2018 with the release of Chrome 68.


In Chrome 68, the omnibox will display “Not secure” for all HTTP pages.


Developers have clearly heard the call, according to Google, the results of the efforts have been:

  • Over 68% of Chrome traffic on both Android and Windows is now protected
  • Over 78% of Chrome traffic on both Chrome OS and Mac is now protected
  • 81 of the top 100 sites on the web use HTTPS by default

So it’s clear that HTTPS is the wave of the future when it comes to internet security.

Google Lighthouse Tool

Google itself has a Lighthouse tool is an open-source, automated tool for improving the quality of web pages. Google encourage websites to use HTTPS with its automated Lighthouse developer tool and other set-up guides to transition over.

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CEOCFO Magazine Interview with Acmetek Global Solutions Inc

Q&A with Ramesh Nuti, CEO of Acmetek Global Solutions Inc. providing Consulting and Security Solutions that include Encryption & Authentication (SSL), Endpoint Protection, Multi-factor Authentication, PKI/Digital Signing Certificates, DDOS, WAF and Malware Removal.

Ramesh Nuti
Chief Executive Officer.

Acmetek Global Solutions Inc.

Ramesh Nuti

Interview conducted by:
Lynn Fosse, Senior Editor
CEOCFO Magazine

CEOCFO:Mr. Nuti, what is the focus at Acmetek Global Solutions?
Mr. Nuti: Acmetek is a trusted advisor of security solutions and services. We provide comprehensive security solutions that include Encryption & Authentication (SSL), Endpoint Protection, Multi-factor Authentication, PKI/Digital Signing Certificates, DDOS, WAF and Malware Removal. We call it a seven-layer security model. If you are looking for security look no further. We have covered it well.

CEOCFO: What do you understand at Acmetek about security that perhaps less knowledgeable companies do not recognize?
Mr. Nuti: Acmetek started its journey into Website Security Solutions mainly focusing on SSL in 2010 as a result of a simple observation: SSL has evolved over the years, but Technology Distributors and Businesses have not adapted. This mismatch led the founders of Acmetek to create the vision for the SSL experience and to develop Channel Enablement Model to support it. With our powerful enablement model, businesses can implement security solutions with ease. With our integrated set of tools and enablement support, partners can now offer SSL and implement for their clients across the globe. Acmetek business model enables channels like CDW, Dell, and likes, with website security solutions. We basically come in and give a solution to their end clients and enable these channels.
CEOCFO: Who is turning to you for services?
Mr. Nuti: We work with channels predominately, such as CDW, Dell, and likes. These channels are huge. They serve over half a million clients. These channels are now empowered to sell SSL, which they couldn’t do before because they didn’t have the support structure. We come in and do all the presales, order management and then the post sales for their clients. We also have a direct segment. We serve from small medium businesses to the large enterprise that includes different sectors and verticals like healthcare, finance, education, governments etc.
CEOCFO: What has changed in your approach over time?
Mr. Nuti: Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) was really not the main focus back in 2010 for many businesses. It was there, but clients were never giving it their first priority because perception was HTTPS was only needed if you accept credit card details online. That really has changed over the last 6 years with stringent policies enforced from browsers like Google and others. Every business now needs to be on a secure connection to protect their customers trust and counter cybercrime. It is just that there is so much phishing and cybercrime going on in the world. I would say in 2010, we used to knock on doors of our clients and explain they need security and why it is extremely important for them to protect not only themselves but their customers. Now in 2017, it has turned around, now our clients are knocking on our doors to learn about security solutions. That gives you the perspective that businesses are now more aware of security in general.
CEOCFO: Would you tell us how you help in the customer service and support side?
Mr. Nuti: We strive to be a customer centric company and there are no two ways about it. This is where our enablement model comes into play. For example, one of the key channels like CDW approaches us for an SSL solution for thier customer, our security experts take it over from them and do the entire need analysis for the customer to find out exactly what they need and put a solution quickly. This eliminates large channels like CDW extensive staff training on products and can focus on their core business. Once we give the solution to the client, it does not stop there, we support the entire lifecycle of the product itself at no extra cost. End customers get a link to an Acmetek-hosted SSL portal with the channel partner’s branding, and the portal makes it easy for the customer to manage the lifecycle of their SSL certificates and more.

“Acmetek is a trusted advisor of security solutions and services. Our SSL enablement model is a blue print for channels across the globe.”- Ramesh Nuti

CEOCFO: Acmetek was recognized on the Inc 5000 list this year. Would you tell us about the recognition
Mr. Nuti: We are deeply honored to be in such great company as all those recognized by Inc. Acmetek is doing something really unique in the security industry protecting people’s lives. This recognition really helps us in a spreading the awareness of cyber security in general. I am very proud of the entire Acmetek team and we are excited to be recognized by such an illustrious publication. This is a true testament to our commitment to quality and 100% client satisfaction.
CEOCFO: What is the competitive landscape?
Mr. Nuti: like I mentioned earlier, we are a trusted advisor of security services and solutions. In this channel landscape, there are only few select players out there. We laid the blueprint for the channels. We also have many case studies written on our business model. The competitive landscape is going to be someone who is already selling the security solutions but most likely they are retail focused. We are channel focused and we give comprehensive SSL solutions to clients, i can’t think of anyone out there who does what we do.
CEOCFO: Why choose Acmetek Global Solutions? Mr. Nuti: For the difference that Acmetek is making, the company won a Symantec Trust Services Collaborative Partner of the Year Award in 2013 and has been Strategic Platinum Partner 5 years and recognized by Inc 5000 2 years in a row. The Acmetek business model is a blue print for channels. For clients, it’s very confusing out there when choosing the right security solution especially with many different security products to deal with, if they make a wrong choice, it is going to be extremely difficult to correct it and there will be huge compliance issues in the future. Acmetek really understands the entire nine yards of security here and we make sure our clients get the right solutions and the peace of mind so they can focus on their business. Lastly, we are located both in North Americas and APAC regions serving clients across the globe.

Symantec/Digicert- Google Reissue

You May Have to Reissue your Certificate!!

Since announcing the acquisition, DigiCert has actively engaged with the security community to explore paths that address browser concerns about Symantec/Geotrust/Thawte/Rapidssl-issued certificates while balancing the SSL/TLS implementations currently deployed. 

Symantec-issued certificates impacted by browser timelines will need to be replaced to bring them under the new Digicert platform. These will be replaced at no cost to all certificates issued prior to December 1st 2017, and Digicert will work to ensure a smooth process. Many customers have already received information on certificate replacement, and more information will be forthcoming for affected parties.

Acmetek is currently working on a smooth transition for their clients and will be notified if they have an effected cert by this transition in the next couple of months. 

Things to know:

  • This reissue only pertains to SSL Certificates where clients access websites/applications via Chrome. 
  • If your clients are not using Chrome you do NOT need to perform the reissue. 
  • Symantec/Geotrust/Thawte/Rapid SSL Certificates Issued Prior to December 1st 2017 will have to be reissued into the new chain hierarchy under the Digicert umbrella. 
  • All Certificates Issued after December 1st 2017 will automatically be placed under the Digicert umbrella new chain hierarchy. 
  • All Certificates Renewed after December 1st 2017 will automatically be put under this new chain hierarchy. 
  • These Reissues will allow your certificates to be trusted by all versions of Chrome.
  • Symantec Roots are NOT being removed.
  • This does not effect code signing or other non SSL products.
  • Newly issued 3 year certificates issued before Dec.1st and during 2017 must be reissued/renewed before Feb 1st 2018.
  • Max Deadline to have all certificates reissued, or renewed is August 1st 2018. Some Reissues may need to be re-authenticated depending on when the certificate was last issued.

Authentication Things to Know:

  • Digicert has a more robust, modern, and quick Authentication platform. Please review Digicert’s Certificate Validation Process to know more. 
  • Initially, The biggest hold-ups that customers can control are:
    • DCV (Domain Confirmation Verification) for security the verification goes to the domain admin, not the cert admin.
    • The verification call (making sure someone is aware at the main number that there will be a verification call within the next 24 hours)
    • Having you provide the correct legally registered name for the organization to avoid Digicert having to ask for it later.
    • After initial Authentication has been processed…as long as the contact and organization info is the exact same.. Digicert will streamline the processing for future orders or Reissues. 
If you already know your Symantec/Geotrust/Thawte/RapidSSL Issued SSL Certificate is effected you simply need to perform a free reissue of your current certificate order. Acmetek client’s will see a notification and eventually receive a communication on how to perform the reissue their SSL Partner Center.

DigiCert Completes Acquisition of Symantec’s Website Security and Related PKI Solutions

Digicert Acquired Symantec

DigiCert acquired Symantec under the terms of the agreement, $950 million acquisition of Symantec Website Security and PKI solutions related to SSL/TLS certificates business received in upfront cash proceeds and approximately 30% stake in the common stock equity of DigiCert.

DigiCert completes acquisition of Symantec’s certificate authority business on 31st October. The deal to acquire Symantec’s Website Security and Related PKI Solutions was first announced on August 3rd. DigiCert is a leading provider of scalable identity and encryption solutions.

Speaking on this occasion DigiCert CEO John Merrill said, “Today starts an exciting era for the current customers and partners of both Symantec and DigiCert, For Symantec customers, they can feel assured that they will have continuity in their website security and that we will provide a smooth transition. Our customers and partners will benefit from our accelerated investment in products and solutions for SSL, PKI, and IoT. DigiCert will also lead to shape PKI security standards through our participation in industry standards bodies to ensure our customers stay at the forefront of security practices. DigiCert is prepared for this opportunity.”

“The addition of Symantec Web PKI solutions to DigiCert will provide a customer experience that is second to none. We are excited for Symantec customers to benefit from solutions that help advance and strengthen website security,” said Greg Clark, Symantec CEO. “We expect Symantec and DigiCert customers to benefit from focused investment in the next generation of security solutions for our respective customers, and today’s action helps advance this important objective”

This acquisition will bring together the best minds in the industry and provide customers a reinforced technology platform, unparalleled customer support, and cutting-edge innovations. DigiCert will continue its operations from its headquarters at Lehi, Utah with a combined strength of around 1,000 professionals.

What Symantec Customers Can Expect

DigiCert has a strong reputation in the industry for being fast, reliable and excellent customer support. Symantec customers can experience this DigiCert’s service in addition to industry-leading OCSP response times, and award-winning PKI and IoT management platforms.

DigiCert’s platform is highly scalable and is designed for high-volume deployments for SSL and IoT and stress tested for billions of certificates. DigiCert will be able to continue providing industry-leading issuance times, even with the added Symantec Website Security business.

What DigiCert Customers Can Expect

The addition of Symantec’s Website Security to DigiCert brings together the best talent in the industry which will further the efforts to reinforce the SSL, PKI, and IoT based solutions.

Since announcement to acquire Symantec Website Security in the month of August 2017, DigiCert has focused to work on fixing the browser requirements for Symantec issued certificates and plans to replace with affected certificates for free and without disturbing to ongoing customer business in order to ensure continued trust.

“DigiCert is well positioned for this opportunity,” said Jody Cloutier, former senior program manager, Microsoft Cryptographic Ecosystem. “During my time at Microsoft managing the root store program, I always found DigiCert to be committed to advancing online trust. I expect that this acquisition will lead to increasing investments in new platforms and products that will benefit customers.”

DigiCert look forward to building a big security company and supporting all of Symantec’s Website Security and PKI solutions and their customers well into the future.

What Acmetek Can Offer Its Customers & Partners?

Acmetek will be able to offer an even wider range of solutions from both Symantec and DigiCert. Current Symantec customers can continue to order and purchase certificates the same way they always have. In addition, they can still use existing Symantec management tools. Account management contacts, existing contracts, brands, and validity periods for certificates will remain the same, as does pricing as off now.

We are worked up about bringing together the best of what Symantec has to offer with DigiCert. Acmetek partners and customers are having amazing opportunities in terms of various advanced security solutions. With this acquisition is the best situation for all parties like DigiCert, Symantec clients, partners, and resellers. The SSL and PKI solutions platform have a great bright future with a new responsible leader in the website security industry.

We’ll keep on updating to our customers and partners for transmitting updates with regular communication for further questions. Acmetek has dedicated support team is standing by around-the-clock, ready to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have. Do you want to buy an SSL Certificates at low cost? Simply you can click on request a quote form to submit your requirements.

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Troubleshooting: SSL with Qualys SSL Labs – SSL Checker

There are many SSL checkers out there which are used to check the validity and installation of a websites SSL Certificate. Majority of these checkers may vary on the information that they display or may have limitations, as they only perform their function as programmed. Aside from using an SSL Checker tool there is always the manual way of using your browser to check proper installations.

If you would like to learn how to check using a browser SSLSupportDesk features such an article Troubleshooting: Checking SSL installation with a browser.

Some SSL Checkers are extremely advanced and will not only check the validity of a SSL certificate, but can also point out flaws in a server’s configuration or software.

Qualys SSL Labs has an SSL Server Test (SSL Checker) tool that is well executed and implemented.

Please follow these steps to test your installation:

  1. Access the Qualys SSL Labs Server Test checker, click here
  2. Enter the URL/Domain name of the server that you wish to check & click Submit

Troubleshooting Unresolved https address:

SSL checkers will only work if your website is publicly accessible from outside your network. More than likely if your website is internal you will not get any results.

Example: We used a domain name that does not exist in the outside work and get this result.

Qualys Checker

How to read Qualys SSL Server Test Checker:

Using which is accessible to the open internet lets see how Qualys SSL Server Test Checker works.

With a successful installation we should see the following quality of the server system:

Qualys Checker


  1. Overall Rating: Based on the quality of the server system running the Domain Name submitted. Factors that attribute to this Overall Rating are from combining the categories of Certificate, Protocol Support, Key Exchange, Cipher Strength.
  2. Certificate: Factors to this Quality are…
    1. Domain name mismatch.
    2. Certificate not yet valid.
    3. Certificate expired.
    4. Use of a self-signed certificate.
    5. Use of a certificate that is not trusted.
    6. Use of a revoked certificate.
  3. Protocol Support: The encryption protocols that are available to clients visiting this web server.
  4. Key Exchange: The distribution of the public and private keys and their strength when setting up encryption between client and server.
  5. Cipher Strength: Ciphers perform the actual encryption/decryption of the key pair running on the server system. Some can be considered weak, others strong.


If there are any warnings or concerns the Qualys SSL Server Test Checker finds will be denoted below the Summary.

Qualys Checker


Red = Very bad
Yellow = Advisories or Industry changes that may turn into red over time.

More information regarding the checkers findings can usually be found by clicking MORE INFO.

Note: You may need to contact your server hosting provider or server vendor in order to perform updates, how to turn off certain protocols, or set the proper configurations needed for a good rating.


Server Key and Certificate # 1: States the information pertaining to the SSL certificate running on the Server System in Https:
Additional Certificates (If Supplied): Lists any additional Certificates that are also radiating off the server system. Usually these are Intermediate CA certificates.
Certification Paths: Shows the entire Chain Of Trust. Usually SSL Certificate > Intermediate > Root.

Note: The last certificate in this chain will be the root certificate. At times a yellow “Sent by Server” may appear on the Root. This only means that when a SSL connection is being made to the server that the server is presenting and forcing a root certificate to the client. Usually the Root certificate should only rest in the client’s browser Trust Store. Don’t be alarmed as some servers have to present this due to their programming. Although proper practice dictates that they shouldn’t.

Qualys Checker


Protocols: The encryption protocols that are available to clients visiting this web server.
Cipher Suites: The child protocols the perform the actual encryption session.
Handshake Simulation: Mimics the different browsers used to connect to the server.
Off Note: Most modern browser systems will automatically choose the best most secure connection the browser is capable of regardless of how the server is configured.
Protocol Details: More information regarding how the server system is handling protocols.
Miscellaneous: Server type running Domain Name, Timestamp check occurred, etc.

Qualys SSL Labs Server Test Checker tool is operated and managed by Qualys. This SSL Checker is one of many publicly available on the internet that can help you diagnose problems with your SSL certificate installation, or other errors that are associated with your server system.

Note: You may need to contact your server hosting provider or server vendor in order to perform updates, how to turn off certain protocols, or set the proper configurations needed for a good rating.

About SSLSupportDesk:

SSLSupportDesk is part of Acmetek who is a trusted advisor of security solutions and services. They provide comprehensive security solutions that include Encryption & Authentication (SSL), Endpoint Protection, Multi-factor Authentication, PKI/Digital Signing Certificates, DDOS, WAF and Malware Removal. If you are looking for security look no further. Acmetek has it all covered!

Contact an SSL Specialist to get a consultation on the Website Security Solutions that can fit your needs.

Become a Partner and create additional revenue stream while the heavy lifting for you.

CA/Browser Forum Passes Ballot 193 – 825 day Certificate Lifetimes

The Certificate Authority Browser Forum, Also known as CA/Browser Forum, is a voluntary consortium of Certificate Authorities such as Symantec, Digicert, Comodo, and tech Operating System makers such as Apple, Mozilla, Microsoft, etc.. decide the fate of security on the internet. The CA/Browser Forum purpose is to be proactive, and keep the internet secure for users and businesses all over the world.

The CA/Browser Forum recently passed Ballot 193 will effect all Certificate Authorities and those who manage SSL/ TLS Certificates. Effective almost immediately (April 22, 2017).

  • Effective April 22, 2017
    Reduces the length of time that authenticate information can be re-used to authenticate subsequent certificate, from 39 months (3 years 2 months) to 27 months (825 days / 2 years) New, Renewal and Replacement certificates will be subject to this change. This seems a little abrupt and might be changed in order for the CA’s to prepare for this new standard but should not effect the majority of clients while this transition is taking place.
  • Effective March 1, 2018
    Decreases the maximum validity period of SSL/TLS Certificate to 27 months (825 days). Eventually there will be no more three year option. No certificate after this date can have a validity passed 27 months.

Things to know:


  • Existing certificates:
    • Are not effected. The authentication work is already complete and no action is necessary.
  • Reissue (replacement) of your SSL Certificate:
    • DV (Domain Validated Certificates) –
      DV certificate reissues such a Quick SSL or Rapid SSL Products currently undergo domain validation; this there is no impact to DV certificate reissues. Reissued 3rd certificates after March 1 2018
    • OV (Organization Validation) –
      Some OV reissues for products like True ID or Secure Site may not instantly issue in the event that the authenticated data used to approve the original certificate is older than 825 days or is otherwise no longer valid. In some cases, reissues will undergo authentication, though many reissue will continue to be instantly issued. Typically 3 year certificate may be effected by this revalidation and not get automatically reissued.
    • EV (Extended Validation) –
      EV reissues are not impacted due to their already 2 year 825 validity day nature.
  • Renewal certificates:
    • Certificate renewal will continue to leverage existing authentication and automation whenever possible, and in many cases will be quickly approved.
    • With the shorter validity of authentication data (27 months), renewals will require more frequent authentications.
    • With the shorter validity period network admins will have visit their server & networks more frequently for CSR generation and SSL installation.


  • Reissues/Replacements:
    • Since the technical validity of a certificate after the date of March 1, 2018 can only have a 27 month / 825 day lifespan if for whatever reason a reissue is needed the certificate may have time removed from their certificate.
      Example: If an Admin gets a new/renewed 3 year certificate on February 29th 2018 and needs to perform a reissue due to a technical matter we could see a certificate cut to 27 months instead of 37 months.
      Note: Due to this technicality Acmetek will be proactive and will put a stop to 3 year certificate enrollments to closer the deadline approaches to prevent this scenario the best we can.

To keep up with the progress of technology the CA/Browser Forum is always coming up with new industry standards. These standards guide and move the internet to a more safer and secure environment for its users. Information regarding the CA/B Forum on is always made publically available at

Lead Tech Engineer, Acmetek
Dominic Rafael

Why Acmetek Offers Much Better Value for Money? – Reasons to Choose Acmetek?

Acmetek is one of the leading strategic partners of Symantec, Thawte , GeoTrust and RapidSSL Certificate Authorities (CA’s). Every month we issue thousands of SSL Certificates all with best features and discounts offers. Obtain this opportunity to grab SSL Certificates at much lower price from Acmetek than Certificates Authorities directly. We negotiate huge discounts to our customers due to our strategic relations with these CA’s and inturn pass those to our customers.

How to Choose an SSL Certificate:

Acmetek is the best place for purchasing SSL Certificates at the cheapest price guarantee to the customers with quality SSL customer assistance. No need of a second thought to go out for SSL Certificates comparison prices and features to buying best SSL Certificate for your online business site.

Follow the below steps to understand your business SSL Certificate requirement and the level of domain validations types, so that you can choose the right SSL Certificate for your site.
  • Identify, What Kind of Domain You Wish to Protect (Domain, Sub-domain).
  • Identify, Do You Need Protection for a Single Domain or Multiple Domains (Wildcard or Multiple Domain)
  • Then, Determine Which Level of Protection You Needs and The Features That You Want.

Key Benefits of Our SSL Certificates

SSL Certificate for Google Ranking

SSL Certificates Now Boost Your Google Ranking

SSL Certificates are used in Google algorithms signaling to add SEO boost to ranking a website in organic results. SSL Certificates (HTTPS encryption) will help boost your website in search ranking position on Google. Google recommends SSL Certificates to all your web pages for better ranking with HTTPS in search results. Acmetek’s SSL Certificates meet the standards recommended by Google. Why wait, it’s time to migrate your website from HTTP to HTTPS.
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Increase Sales on Your Website

The information about secure communication is displayed extensively with a recognized Secure Padlock Icon or Green Address Bar and HTTPS protocol in the website browser. Your customer’s feel safe while browsing your website. Having an SSL Certificates leads to increase visitor’s loyalty to your website, attract more shoppers, your website increases more chances of getting visitors and increase sales. In addition, SSL Certificates will create confidence that your website is free of malware attacks.


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Safeguard Sensitive Customer Data

SSL Certificates encrypt your customer’s data when in transit from browser to your website, keeping personal & sensitive data, logins, credit card transactions details secure. SSL Certificates protect your customers from fraud.
PCI Compliance SSL Certificate

PCI-Ready Certificates

Meet Payment Card Industry (PCI) security standards trusted with SSL/TLS and industry leading 2048-bit key encryption level SSL Certificates available.