Secure Web Browsing

Secure Web Browsing

Be careful when entering confidential information

It’s all about that little ‘s’ and a padlock.  When entering information on a website always ensure it’s got https at the start of the address and in most browsers this is shown with a green padlock.

When you see https it means the data you enter is encrypted and safe from prying eyes.  This is especially important when you are entering financial data or other confidential information that you want to keep private.  But, any information you enter, like a name and email address should ideally be secured as well.

Never enter a password on a site that doesn’t have https and never send or view sensitive information when using a browser.