Version 68 of the Google Chrome browser introduced a new “Not Secure” warning in the address bar that appears any time you are visiting an insecure web page. The latest version of Chrome also has a popup when you click the message that explains, “your connection to this site is not secure” and a warning about not entering any sensitive information on the site.
The “Not Secure” warning means there is a lack of security for the connection to that page. It’s alerting you that information sent and received with that page is unprotected and it could potentially be stolen, read or modified by attackers or hackers.
It is important to get an SSL certificate to secure your website. The CiiRUS Website Team can help you obtain a certificate and bind it to your site.