The Hidden Costs of Self-Signed SSL Certificates

The Hidden Costs of Self-Signed SSL Certificates


While many IT professionals believe that using self-signed SSL certificates can help lower security costs, it may not always be true. The total cost of ownership (TCO) of an SSL certificate is far more than the price of the certificate; tacking on additional costs in hardware, software, data center space and more. And it doesn’t end there; a do-it-your-self approach can also put an organization at greater risk.

In this resource, uncover the true TCO for self-signed SSL certificates, including a head-to-head comparison of a self-signed architecture and a third-party SSL vendor approach. View now to explore the key considerations before deciding to use self-signed SSL certificates.

Symantec Corporation
09 May 2012
09 May 2012
9 Page(s)
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