Today’s nationwide survey of UK Public Sector domain infrastructure shows a disturbing picture of critical SSL failings on 25% of sites.
The survey, carried out by Cloud SSL during the first week of March, reveals compromised legacy SHA-1 certificates are still covering 10% of all sites and the NOT SECURE browser warning is present on 25% of all sites.
This comes at a time when GDPR Compliance, Browser Changes (NOT SECURE) and the full retirement of SHA-1 are all driving essential change and best practice in website SSL security.
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The current average spend per Public Sector Organisation on SSL certificates is £6,230 per annum – and rising.
The average cost using Cloud SSL, per Public Sector Organisation, is £2,500 per annum for an unlimited number of SSL certificates. Each organisation can protect more sites for less than half their usual spend, and all with High Assurance EV SSL Certificates.