August 31, 2017 / GuidesFor Team
Getting an SSL certificate for your website seems to have become a standard for setting up websites. According to SearchEngineJournal, even our friendly neighborhood Google, the corporation who owns the browser we all know and love, Chrome, has joined the SSL fray. At the end of January this year, Google has started marking sites without HTTPS as non-secure. Or for better and positive scripting, Google will require sites that collect private info (such as eCommerce sites) to get themselves SSL certificate to protect their visitors.
What does the crystal ball of the future say about SSL? Well, based on the recent turn of events, everything is and will be looking good for SSL—and for those who use them. Read on to find out how SSL can further benefit your organization. – Mayvilyn Cabigao
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