Do I Really Need A Security Certificate (SSL)
Originally, the internet was used primarily to share information. Over time, buying and selling on the internet became more common. This meant that people were sending sensitive and confidential information across the web. That gave criminals the opportunity to steal that information.
Identity theft, stolen credit card numbers, stolen logins and email harvesting — these and other cyber crimes have become commonplace.
If you want to stay in business, you must protect your visitors and your customers by making sure that your website is completely secure.
Google is leading the fight to get all websites to add security. As of October, Google Chrome will now display a Not secure warning on websites without valid security. If your website says Not secure, you will lose customers to your competition.
Each minute that you delay getting this resolved could be causing you to lose another potential client. Contact Tech-Line today and let us help you solve this issue by tomorrow! (916) 661-8422