t:    020 7379 3300

  • Priming the pump

    New branding and website for barristers' chambers

    Priming the pump
  • Sex sells!

    New NHS ecommerce site increases sales by more than 1,000%

    Sex sells!
  • Leading the way

    New website for world-class research organisation

    Leading the way
  • Three in one

    Website, intranet and GP extranet delivered successfully together

    Three in one
  • A great investment

    New digital presence for trade body

    A great investment
  • Seriously specialised

    Website for highly focused law firm with global reach

    Seriously specialised
  • Friendly faces

    A new hospitality industry website

    Friendly faces
  • Legally speaking

    New website for thriving chambers

    Legally speaking

SSL certificates

SSL is an acronym for Secure Sockets Layer - a technology that creates a secure connection between the website server and the visitors web browser, allowing private information (such as credit card details) without concerns about tampering, forgery or eavesdropping.  You'll see the padlock icon in the address bar quite often when using e-commerce site or online banking, for instance.  This is your browsers way of telling you that the connection is secure.

Without SSL, all data sent between websites and your browser is sent in unsecured plain text that if intercepted can be viewed & manipulated by others.

We can of course help secure your site by a SSL certificate if you are handling sensitive data, and will automatically schedule in an annual renewal for the certificate for as long as necessary, meaning it's one less thing for you to worry about.   All that will be left is for your website to make use of it by sending visitors to https:// pages instead of http://  whenever you need that data encrypted.