Security is crucial for websites, and especially for WordPress websites. There are a lot of good options when it comes to securing your site too. So let’s dive into your best options for WordPress security plugins.
If you’re looking to secure your website, one of the first things you need to do is to get an SSL certificate and make sure you’re running with HTTPS. It’ll keep your users safe, and it’s pretty easy (and cheap) to set up.
I’m always baffled when I run across a website that has a really old version of WordPress running. I know some people still aren’t on version 5.0 because of Gutenberg, but you still should stay updated for security and the newest features.
Website security is a pretty important topic these days, especially with all of the threats. And it’s even more important if you have a WordPress website. So here are some steps you can take to secure your website.
A couple of WordPress plugin-related security issues are not super uncommon in this landscape. But they serve a reminder that you have to stay on top of web security news to protect your site and users.