You’re not worried about hackers. Why would you be? Your small website doesn’t have anything worth stealing. No big funds. No sensitive information. Sadly, this couldn’t be farther from the truth. Every website is a potential target for hackers – even your small business’s site with a few photos and basic information. Read More Why Your Small Business Should Care About Hackers
Your company’s got someone in-house in charge of the website and if you’re reading this, it’s most likely you. If you work for a smaller company or a smaller non-profit, it’s also likely that you aren’t an IT specialist. You don’t consider yourself to be techy, but you’re comfortable when it comes to adding/revising web content and supporting co-workers with basic how-to questions. But is your footing less stable when it comes to the deeper layers of your site, especially serious WordPress security concerns? You’re not alone.
Here are 4 tips for the non-techy and DIY web admins out there that will help prevent hacker access and help keep things running smoothly. Read More WordPress Security Tips for Non-Techy Web Admins
You’re busy. Your work to-do list is growing at a furiously fast pace. And when you pause to look around, everyone in your office is in the same boat. The very last thing you have time for is a hacker messing with your website. That’s why web security should be at the top of your docket. But is it?
Here are a few things you can do right now to avoid hacker-induced headaches and increase your WordPress security.