https enabled to give users more secure access

A more secure protocol has been implemented for accessing the EHN website

This is the 'https' or Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure, replacing the previous 'http' protocol.

https is now regarded as the standard for websites that involve payments or where users enter passwords. It means all traffic from your browser to the website is encrypted.

See www.howtogeek.com/181767/htg-explains-what-is-https-and-why-should-i-care/ for further information.

You shouldn't experience any problems with this and any links such as bookmarks to the old http website addresses should be redirected automatically to https.

But if you do encounter a problem please let us know as soon as possible: contact David Gibbens at david.gibbens@ehnetwork.org.uk.

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