Can your customers feel confident when using your website?
Should You Be Concerned?
As of January 2017 with the new release of Chrome, Google began implementing a major change that every website owner should be aware of, now visitors will see the words “Not secure” in front of the URL when they are on a website that has a login area or any field asking for sensitive information.
What does this mean for your site?
Simply put, with all the internet theft and hacking that occurs, your customers will probably leave your site as soon as they see the warning doubt will occur as whether to interact with your site or leave for your competitors.
They may even lose all confidence in your brand, products and services, and this could significantly damage your reputation.
How to recognise SSL secured websites:
Instead of HTTP your website will start with HTTPS, and in front of the HTTPS you will see a closed padlock.
Not Secure site
How do I secure my site secure?
To do this you require an SSL certificate installed on your site SSL short for (Secure SocketLayer)builds a secure socket around your website.
Web browsers will create a special, secure connection when they detect the SSL certificate.