What is an SSL? SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer. In a nutshell, it provides secure connections for transmitting files. So, if you have a domain like: http://www.thecollectivedesign.co.uk – You’ll know it’s unencrypted and non-secure as it’s HTTP. https://www.thecollectivedesign.co.uk – You’ll know that it’s encrypted and secure since it uses HTTPS. Do I need an SSL? Unlike GDPR, you are not going to lose your home or go to jail if you don't have an SSL. However, our advice if you collect any information / data online, then we would advise getting one for your website. So, if you do any of the following, then I...