22 September 2017
SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) technology automatically protects your personal information and browsing from unauthorised access. It does this by establishing an encrypted connection between the user's computer and the website.
You can tell if a webpage has an active SSL certificate by viewing the address in your browser. Secure sites include https:// (instead of http://), and typically depict a green padlock icon, though display varies between browsers (i.e. Chrome and Internet Explorer).
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27 September 2017
We have activated the SSL certificate ahead of schedule, and our website is now fully secure and encrypted. Please note the https:// in the page address at the top of your browser.
In order to upgrade our website security with an SSL certificate, a number of changes are required behind the scenes. Implementation is due in the coming month, and will be automatically accessible at such time. We do not anticipate any disruption to our online services.
Please contact us if you have any questions or require further information