SSL is an acronym for Secure Sockets Layer. It's the little green padlock in the browser URL bar. SSL creates an encrypted connection between your web server and your visitor's web browser. This creates a private connection in which information can be transmitted just between your web server and your visitor's web browser. This private connection eliminates the possible problems of data tampering, eavesdropping or message forgery.
We are always transmitting personal information on our site, like personal mobile phone numbers. This means that your SECURITY is paramount for us. You deserve to sleep carefree at night in the comfort of knowing that your customers information is in safe hands with Voodoo SMS. Every single page on www.voodooSMS.com has a little green padlock in the browser URL bar, constantly assuring you of our security
Voodoo SMS are proud to be awarded Cyber Essentials certification, a government-backed scheme to assist businesses in maintaining cyber security standards.
Cyber Essentials is a requirement for government contracts awarded through the GCloud framework and has been developed as part of the UK’s National Cyber Security Programme. Through this, Voodoo SMS have also been awarded certification of IASME Security Standards. Both certificates ensure that security is at the forefront of Voodoo SMS’ best practice policy throughout the company.
More information can be found here: https://www.cyberstreetwise.com/cyberessentials/
Understanding that the security of your data is paramount, we go above and beyond the call of duty to ensure your peace of of mind. We undertake regular penetration testing to ensure our cybersecurity contains no points-of-weakness and fully complies to PCI DSS standards. Also, we choose UKFast for our managed servers - offering you round-the-clock protection behind a Cisco ASA Firewall.
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The highest class of SSL. Don't get this confused with a standard certificate!
The way a server supports certain protocols.
Any method in cryptology. This creates an algorithm in which secure data can be transmitted between two parties.
The strength of the encrypted connection; basically the strength of the padlock that protects your precious information.