More on EV SSL Server Certificates: Where is the Growth?

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Derek E. Brink, Vice President and Research Fellow for IT Security, Aberdeen Group

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Extended Validation (EV) SSL Server Certificates are designed to address the need to increase end-user confidence in transacting online, by establishing a higher level of assurance that they are on a legitimate web site and that their personal data is being encrypted while in transit. Aberdeen's research and analysis indicates that the strongest near-term growth for EV SSL Server Certificates will come from Small businesses (<$50M in annual revenue), particularly in the EMEA and Asia / Pacific geographies.

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