Beginning in January 2017, Google Chrome will consider your website as "not secure" if you collect passwords or credit card info but don't have an SSL installed. An SSL not only encrypts credit card data, personal information, and passwords, but also displays a lock icon and "HTTPS" in the address bar - your visitors will know your site is protected.
Adding an SSL to your website not only secures it, but also allows you to avoid being branded as unsafe by Google.
Secure Your Site Now
Tuesday, November 15, 2016