WordPress is the leading content management system and web builder, powering 40 percent of the web
That said, being number one comes with a price. Its open-source nature and its popularity mean that its various elements — the core software, themes, and plugins — are hot targets for hackers. Learn about WP security
Did you know that the average website gets attacked over 44 times per day? Having a website is essential when running a business, but not everyone knows how to keep it safe. In this review, we evaluate one of the leading WordPress security solutions, Sucuri.
Three things in life are certain: death, taxes, and WordPress websites getting hacked. The good news is that insecure websites can be controlled — even so, websites are still getting hacked and we've identified 15 reasons why. Read more to found out how to avoid every single one of them.
Ignoring your WordPress update notifications may be one of the easiest things, but it's also likely the most detrimental. Why? Inconsistent updates can create severe security issues, compatibility issues, and make you accrue technical debt. Here's how to avoid all of this.
GDPR or the General Data Protection Regulation is a newly formed data privacy and security law that strengthens personal data protection for citizens in the EU. Here's how you can go about ensuring your business is compliant.
This is the kind of transition we help our clients with regularly, so hopefully, we can help you avoid a few of the roadblocks we've encountered along the way through this post. Have your questions handy, and let's get into it.