Getting Started with WP Security for 2020
Our friends at Cloudflare recently revealed that hacking and phishing attempts were up 37% and, on some days, blocking between four- and six-times the number of attacks it would usually see, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Did you know that not following WordPress security best practices is the #1 reason for hacked websites? WordPress users are actually its biggest vulnerability … which means the majority of WordPress hacks can be prevented with a little bit of effort.
WordPress security can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be. We’ve simplified the basics so that any non-technical person can understand. With a focus on the latest trends for 2020, including a special session on working remotely, you’ll learn:
- Fundamentals of security your WordPress website
- [New for 2020] How to work securely while working remotely
- Sever security basics
- How to prevent attacks from being successful
- What to do if you’ve been hacked