Your website visitors will see this indication next to your brand. This may create trust and credibility issues. Furthermore, it may make them less likely to buy, book or contact you from your website. Starting from October 2018, Google Chrome will display a red indication on some occasions, on non-secure websites, like this: . Since Chrome is the leading desktop browser by usage (68% global market share), other browsers are likely to mimic this policy.
Your website needs an SSL certificate. After proper installation of the certificate, the indication will be replaced by something like this: . Yet, it's a bit more complicated than simply buying an SSL certificate.
Let's take a look at the available solutions:
Pricing depends on your business requirements and your website's quantitative data.
Service is paid upfront. Expected delivery is 15 days from cleared payment. In order to complete the service, Vairin will need access to your website's administration panel and filesystem (via FTP).