Internet security solutions provider COMODO announced that the commissioner’s Office of Carroll County, Maryland, has chosen COMODO EV SSL certificate from COMODO to verify its Web site identity, this will help to protect taxpayers and other web site visitors and residents’ sensitive information and data during online transactions.
The commissioner’s office will use COMODO EV SSL certificates on its Web pages in order to increase its online security and to protect Carroll County residents and site visitors from fraud and theft of personal sensitive information such as SSN`s and phone numbers.
Melih Abdulhayoglu, CEO and chief security architect of COMODO says “Authentication as a standard should start at the top, with government agencies and authorities,” “The commissioner’s office of Carroll County is a stellar example of a local government that cares about the safety and well-being of its constituent.”
COMODO EV SSL provides a visual confirmation of a site’s identity to the users and also a green “good to go” indicator displayed in the Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 browser address bar. Since COMODO EV SSL certificates help Internet clients easily differentiate legitimate sites from phishing ones who intended to steal sensitive data, Carroll County residents are now better protected from such issues when doing business online with the county government.
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