Google’s security warning is now in effectIs it scaring your visitors away?
Is your website secure?
If your website has forms or any sort of input fields on your website, Google Chrome (the leading internet browser) is going to warn visitors that your website is not secure.
We initially bought this to your attention back in February, and now, time is up! Google are keen to make the web a more secure and safe environment and these warnings are all part of their plan so you need to make sure you adhere to them to keep your target audience where you want them! Is your website secure?
What do you need to do?
You need to add an SSL certificate to your website and make the switch to HTTPS not HTTP. The ‘S’ stands for ‘secure’ and indicates to google that your website is fully secure.
To prevent the ‘Not Secure’ warning appearing in Chrome when users visit your website, only collect user input data through forms, logins etc on pages served using HTTPS.
Let us install an SSL certificate to your site & migrate to HTTPS: £29 + VAT a year for Nettl hosted sites, £99 + VAT a year for external sites.