WordPress is secure, but as with any technology that’s experienced such rapid growth, following a series of WordPress security best practices can help keep it that way.
In this white paper, we examine WordPress as an enterprise platform, dive into some security misconceptions about WordPress, and discuss securing content systems. We also look at the primary culprits that usually cause WordPress security issues and dig into 10 WordPress security best practices you can use to ensure your deployment is locked down, including:
- Make WordPress core code updates quickly
- Proactively upgrade plugins and themes as new versions become available
- Prevent sniffed login attempts
- Enforce strong passwords
- Conduct frequent, proactive vulnerability scanning
Whether you’re using WordPress to power your blog or your enterprise website, following these WordPress security best practices will help you protect your site from possible attacks and vulnerabilities, and ensure that your WordPress deployment is secure and successful.
Download our white paper, “10 Best Practices For A Secure And Successful Enterprise WordPress Deployment,” now.