Many website operators have wrestled with the decision to move all their web infrastructure to support HTTPS protocols. The upside is obvious: better protection and a more secure pathway between browser and server. However, it isn’t all that easy to make the switch. In this piece that I wrote for IBM’s Security Intelligence blog, I bring up the case study of The Guardian’s website and what they did to make the transition. It took them more than a year and a lot of careful planning before they could fully support HTTPS.