HTTPS. Get it. Got it. Good.

HTTPS, or Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure, is an internet protocol that allows your computer, smartphone or any other internet connected device to securely connect to a website. HTTPS was once only recommended for websites that transmitted sensitive information, such as user logins or credit card data. Nowadays, there's a push to secure the web by implementing HTTPS on as many websites as possible, big or small, no matter the functionality. Many of the top websites use HTTPS by default and if you have a website, yours should too.