Websites, well-functioning websites, are the lifeblood of many businesses. Today’s prevailing opinion is that your site should be protected with HTTPS (Hypertext Transport Protocol Security). HTTPS helps prevent prowlers from interfering with the communications between your website and your viewers’ browsers. Those interferences can range from harmless cookies, to annoying ads to malicious intruders.
While this level of security was, in the past, important for any site collecting sensitive information, today the need goes beyond that. Aside from providing critical security in today’s ever-changing cyber-active world, HTTPS is a requirement for many new browsers and applications. These sites are increasingly seeing […]