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Can my organization host a .INSURANCE website without encryption?

No, .INSURANCE is an HTTPS-only community to support privacy and integrity of web and other services by default The Security Requirements mandate encryption via a digital identity certificate (e.g., TLS certificate) and specifies Encryption/TLS requirements for .INSURANCE websites. Also, as .INSURANCE is on the HSTS preload list, websites that are not HTTPS compliant will not be accessible via major browsers (like Chrome). As a global HSTS security policy becomes increasingly common, additional browsers will block sites that are not HTTPS compliant.