Securing the most popular content management system on the market is no easy task. We’re talking about WordPress, of course. According to a 2015 W3Techs survey, WordPress websites take up 58.7% of the CMS market and WordPress powers 25% of the entire Internet. Taking up this much of the market means one thing to security-conscious web developers: WordPress is a huge target for hackers – making WordPress security a number one priority. In fact, out of the 11,000+ hacked websites studied by Sucuri for their 2016 Q1 report, 75% were on WordPress.
As the web expert for your clients, you need to make sure their WordPress websites are secure before you make them live. Nothing says “lost customer” like a site that’s been hacked and data that’s been stolen. Lucky for you, we’ve made your job easy by collecting all the most important steps to WordPress security in our free ebook: “Five Essential Approaches to Securing Your WordPress Site.”
In our ebook, you’ll learn how to:
- Update Your Site & Streamline Your Plugins
- Restrict Access to Your Dashboard
- Implement Two Factor Authentication
- Test Your Code For Vulnerabilities
- Set Folder & File Permissions
- Create a Backup Strategy
- … and more!
With these important steps, your clients’ WordPress websites will be as secure as they can be and well-equipped to withstand cyber attacks. Download our WordPress security ebook today and make sure you protect your clients from online threats.
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