You may be familiar with the term SSL, but not necessarily sure about what it actually does. SSL stands for 'Secure Sockets Layer', which basically means that an SSL connection between a browser and a website is securely encrypted.
The online landscape is changing fast and it's now highly recommended that your website, regardless of whether you trade online or not, should really be secure. You can tell if a website is secure or not by looking at the url (website address). If the address starts with http:// is is not secure. If it starts with https:// and has a padlock in the address bar, it is secure.
Not only does an SSL Certificate improve your site security, it's now part of Google's algorithm to penalise websites that are not secure, so now is the time to get it sorted.
We can sort this for you - simply let us know and we'll get onto it right away.