A lot has happened over the last few years bringing privacy and user data protection to the realm of front page news on a more consistent basis. From Facebook breaches and misuse of data to the European Unions GDPR which came into effect last year, the need for personal responsibility in managing and taking care of our own data has never been more important.
For the past number of days, Google has begun rolling out updates to its Internet browser "Chrome" to version 68. There are a number of cool updates and improvements on version 67 but the most notable is the headline grabbing SSL cert issue. In a nutshell, if your website doesn't have an SSL cert, Chrome flags it as not secure.