Your website may be sharing more of your visitors’ private data than you think. Free plug-ins may invade the privacy of your website’s visitors.
Taking steps to protect your website from threats like the WordPress brute-force attack before they happen will ensure 24/7 Web presence for your business. Here’s what to do.
I had planned to tighten up a few things on the security front since I didn’t want to become that guy. Tonight happened to be the night. So here are three things you should must do now to secure your online self. And how.
This is the presentation on “Blogging 201″, specifically focusing on SEO, content, and visual media. I presented at the Center for Non Profit Success. Let’s keep the discussion going on the comments.
Review your file permissions, and nine more routine maintenance tasks that help keep your WordPress site safe and secure. Do these at least Quarterly.