Every now and then you will receive a call from a customer saying, "hey, your website is not secure."  Then you will call us and say, "hey, our website is not secure."  What they are referring to is an SSL or https layer that has been added to encrypt your website for users to safely enter passwords and payment information online.  

SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) is security technology providing encryption between a web server and a browser. This link ensures that all data passed between the web server and browser remain private.

By the way, the technology that we deploy to your website has its own SSL encryption, but customers do not really understand this.    
And today, I learned about Google Chrome's efforts to make the security of a website easily recognizable and why it is a good time to add an SSL to your website...