Later this year Chrome will label your pages as “Not Secure” if they do not provide a secure connection via HTTPS with a valid SSL certificate. This warning will appear clearly in the address bar—and could have a significant impact on your site traffic and user engagement. Regardless of the type of content and business size, all websites need to be using HTTPS (the secure version of the HTTP protocol which uses SSL/TLS to provide an authenticated and encrypted connection).
In this white paper, you'll learn:
- The recent changes affecting Chrome and Firefox browsers
- Why the internet is moving to HTTPS
- The value of using complete website security
- SSL/TLS certificate solutions