It seems like not a day goes by without someone I know having their website breached, either because they haven’t had a webmaster to actively monitor & manage their website, or because they trusted this task to someone without the necessary know-how and technical skills.

We strongly suggest you get someone to keep on top of things, and this could be done from as little as 1-hour per week, so it won’t break the bank.

If your website runs WordPress then remember to:

  • Keep the WordPress core updated.  Always.
  • Update your plugins, especially premium plugins
  • Use strong passwords to prevent brute force attacks
  • Use a WordPress plugin to do the heavy lifting.  We recommend Wordfence which will limit login attempts, has a firewall, will scan your website for malicious code and keeps you updated with email notifications.