Website Security Checklist


Google’s October update to its Chrome browser has made a change to how websites without a secure certificate (SSL/TLS) are viewed by visitors. Sites without “https” at the start of the URL will have a warning label stating “Not secure.” Receiving this warning on your website will have a negative impact on your site’s ability to collect leads via forms, website rankings, and may even cause visitors to question whether you have other security protocols in place. Follow the steps to our website security checklist to comply with Google’s new standards.

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