Google Chrome’s new update will soon be rolling out this month, and it will mark any website that does not serve over HTTPS as “Not secure” in the browser’s address bar. This message is not necessarily dangerous, but it encourage websites owners towards giving a safer browsing experience to their visitors. However, this can be a little frighting to your customers who see this message on their browser when they visit your website. This definitely will affect the credibility of your website and people not visiting your website again creating an impact on your brand online. Specially when chrome is holding 54% of the browser market share, this is definitely something for you to think about.
SSL will soon become a mandatory requirement for a website regardless of Chrome coming up with this update or not. As business owners you must always think about creating a present experience for our visitors to build trust in them when they visit your website because trust leads to credibility and credibility leads to profitability.
HTTPS is easier and cheaper than ever before, and it unlocks both performance improvements and powerful new features that are too sensitive for HTTP. Having a secured website will make your website ranking go up on search engines. Even for your website to be compliance with GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) SSL plays a major role because it encrypts sensitive Information of your customers.
So, is your site trusted by every visitor on every page, every time? Do you want to compromise your customer’s security with unsecured website? If your answer is no we can help you. Contact us today on 077 3888 471 or drop us an email to [email protected]. We provide the lowest rate for SSL certificates in Sri Lanka.