Starting next month, websites that aren’t using HTTPS (hypertext transfer protocol secure) will get an embarrassing “Not Secure” badge tacked on by Google Chrome.
As the deadline looms, threatening to hit companies’ search engine rankings and visibility, a South Jersey-based online marketing and web development firm whipped up a packaged version of its HTTPS-migration service, writes Roberto Torres at technical.ly.
Orpical Group COO Stefan Schulz said the package — called GoGet Secure — is aimed at helping midsize businesses become aware of the significant change coming to the digital realm.
“This is an issue that is only getting attention from people within the marketing industry,” Schulz said. “The general public is behind the eight ball on web security updates and the changes that are coming to the algorithm.”
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