HTTPS Everywhere

Posted July 1, 2014 by David Redekop to Security

At last week’s Google I/O, a session was dedicated to making a case for having HTTPS Everywhere:

Description from the YouTube video:

Data delivered over an unencrypted channel is insecure, untrustworthy, and trivially intercepted. We must protect the security, privacy, and integrity of our users data. In this session we will take a hands-on tour of how to make your websites secure by default: the required technology, configuration and performance best practices, how to migrate your sites to HTTPS and make them user and search friendly, and more. Your users will thank you.