With the imminent release of Google Chrome web browser version 56 in January 31st, 2017, there is every likelihood that website that are accessed with HTTP and not HTTPs will be labelled "Not Secure". This incident may confuse site visitors so it may be a good thing to begin installing SSL support for the sites before this date arrives.

In this phase of release, all sites without SSL support for pages that collect passwords or credit card information will display "Not Secure" in the location bar; while in the long run the plan is to get rid of HTTP; that is, all sites will soon be required to install SSL.

In order to forestall loosing customers because of this issue, it is advisable you begin the process of installing SSL support for your website.