Security is the most important aspect to keep in mind while running a WordPress website. WordPress is undoubtedly the best CMS available and dominates the industry with a whooping 28% market share. With such popularity comes a lot of risk—the risk of being attacked by hackers. There are different types of hacks that a WordPress website can become victim to. The most common attacks that regularly occur are :
The most important thing to remember is that you don’t need to have a popular, high-volume traffic website to be a target. Most of the websites that get hacked attract only 1000 visitors a month. To keep your website safe from such attacks, it’s important to scan and monitor your website regularly. Most of the time this aspect is overlooked. So, if you’re looking for security monitoring, you’ve come to the right place.
WordPress security involves two important aspects: monitoring and scanning. There are plenty of free monitoring and security plugins available in the WordPress.org repository. Many of these plugins do a great job of monitoring your website’s traffic, scanning your website files for any threats, and much more. We have a detailed list of the best plugins for security & backup. You can check them out here.
SSL certificates are slowly but gradually becoming a necessity, as Google has started to mark websites without SSL certificate as insecure. We can help you set up SSL certificates on your server. SSL certificates add a layer of security to the transportation layer which safeguards all the form data that is passed between your website and server. If you are running your website without a SSL certificate, contact us to help you set up one.
Want us to analyze your site first and then use our services? No worries. Just fill out the form to the right and we will be happy to send you a free report about your current website.