Online security breaches have been making headlines over the last few years, and consumers are understandably concerned that their personal data could all too easily fall into the wrong hands. With more and more of our time and money being spent online, the focus is firmly on digital security, ensuring that users and their data are properly protected.
Fortunately, tech giants such as Google are committed to keeping online users safe, and are bringing in additional measures to do just that. While it may seem as though businesses are constantly jumping through hoops to conform to ever-changing practices, the more care and attention that a company puts into data protection, the better the outcome for everyone. Businesses should aim to treat their customers’ personal information as carefully as they would treat their own.
You may have heard that SSL certificates are becoming essential for business websites, and this article aims to give you an overview of what this actually means.
Google is flagging websites as “Not Secure”
With the release of Chrome version 62, Google has begun to flag unencrypted websites as “Not Secure”. This means that if you don’t have an SSL certificate, Google Chrome users will see a…