An added layer of security by encrypting digital communication.
The InCommon SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) certificate service allows you to obtain security certificates for your website (departmental or research group websites). SSL Certificates authenticate and encrypt digital communication. Staff and faculty who develop web applications can request SSL Certificates to protect data entered into those applications or sites.
Provides authenticity, integrity, and privacy of information between your server and the browser
Certificates can be used to sign Java applets or ActiveX controls
Eliminates the need to prove your University identity to a certificate authority
Web/System administrators who request SSL certificates can go here when having problems connecting to a certificate request page. They can also subscribe to updates that will notify them about upcoming maintenance,...