In July, 2018 Google Chrome is making it official, if your site does NOT have a security certificate, visitors will see this warning.
Google has been recommending SSL certificates for website security and also suggesting it will boost search engine rankings, too.
The solution is pretty simple, get an SSL certificate for your website. Most of our clients already have ssl installed, and if you’re hosting with us, it’s included. Some hosting companies will charge $75+ per year.
If you are adding an SSL certificate to your website, make sure the website is automatically forwarding to the https version. It is also critical to check all paths, as sometimes urls (pages, posts, images, scripts, external resources, etc) are not configured to https and may need to be updated. Not sure, contact us to review your website security.