Is Google requiring SSL?
Yes. Google is pushing web owners to implement an SSL certificate on their websites. The aim of Google is to become a trusted Search Engine. To do that, Google has to show only secure websites in the search results. That’s why Google is giving a rank push to HTTPS sites.
Do I need SSL?
If you have a website that stores information of visitors, you need an SSL certificate on your site. Without SSL, the data transfers in text format which is an insecure way of sending data. While SSL protects the data by wrapping it in an encrypted layer.
Does Google sell SSL certificates?
NO. Google does not sell SSL certificates. But SSL certificates are easily available on the Internet (for free and paid).
How do I get SSL?
Quality Web Hosting providers provide SSL certificates in their web hosting plans. At BriskNET, we can help upgrade your site with a hosting plan that includes the SSL certificates.