Cyber securityAs of 17 October 2017 Google’s Chrome browser explicitly warns users on pages that aren’t encrypted with an SSL certificate. According to a recent HubSpot Research survey, 82% of respondents would leave a site if they saw this “Not Secure” warning.

Protect your customers and clients sensitive data, increase trust and boost your site’s Google ranking with a signed 2048-bit SSL Certificate.

What’s an SSL Certificate? An SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) Certificate is the industry standard for encrypting data shared over a connection between a website and a visitor’s web browser. An SSL Certificate ensures any sensitive data shared over a connection, including credit card numbers and personal details, is secure and safe.

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Do we need an SSL Certificate? If you run an eCommerce store, a website handling sensitive user / personal data, or one taking and storing credit or debit payments, an SSL Certificate will prevent you losing or leaking sensitive data. Having this extra layer of security on your website helps visitors feel safe doing business with you – knowing your identity is verified and their personal data is secure.

Is your website secure?
Hacking and malicious incidents are on the rise. These incidents can unfortunately cost businesses significant issues and garner unwanted attention.

Ensure your content is protected with SSL encryption (HTTPS)

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