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Live Webcast: How IE7 and New EV SSL Certificates Impact Your Site

TechRepublic is hosted a live webcast with VeriSign's Product Marketing Manager of SSL, Ryan White to discuss the benefits of using an EV SSL certificate. They will be covering how EV certificates work and how they can improve customer confidence on your site. You will need to register to view the webcast.

Join us for this LIVE Event on:
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
1:00 PM ET / 10:00 AM PT

Overview: Web-based businesses are facing a confidence crisis. Trust in site security is declining, with many consumers scaling back their online transactions or worse, opting out all together. However, recent developments in authentication technology have led to a new kind of SSL certificate that facilitates online commerce by increasing visitor confidence in legitimate sites and greatly reducing the effectiveness of phishing attacks.

With Extended Validation SSL (EV SSL) technology, Internet Explorer 7 (IE7) and other high security browsers turn green when displaying the URL of a protected Web site. This feature instills consumer confidence in protected sites and boosts online sales.

Join this live TechRepublic Webcast, featuring Ryan White, Product Marketing Manager of SSL for VeriSign, to learn how Extended Validation SSL Certificates can help increase consumer confidence in your e-commerce Web site.

Hosted by James Hilliard of TechRepublic and featuring live Q&A, this Webcast will address these important topics and more:

  • How EV SSL Certificates work
  • Increasing customer confidence with EV SSL Certificates
  • Why the green bar increases the effectiveness of the sites that have it
You'll learn how EV SSL Certificates can protect your site from phishing attacks, increase customer confidence in your brand, and boost your online sales.

Live Webcast: How IE7 and New EV SSL Certificates Impact Your Site - [TechRepublic]

The presentation can now be viewed here until September 18, 2008.

Originally posted on Sun Sep 16, 2007

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