Since its inception in 2003, WordPress has undergone continual hardening so its core software can address and mitigate common security threats, including the Top 10 list identified by The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) as common security vulnerabilities.
WordPress is a free and open source content management system (CMS). It is the most widely-used CMS software in the world and it powers more than 35% of the top 10 million websites, giving it an estimated 62% market share of all sites using a CMS.
In a recent study done by Sucuri, around 90% of all the hacked content management systems that they investigated and helped fix in 2018 were WordPress sites. If you rely on your website for your business - whether that means for marketing purposes, business operations, or anything important - protecting your asset is crucial.
Just like offline businesses - thieves can break into your business. Except when it comes to online security - you may not even know that there’s an intruder in your site or using your site until sometimes months or years later. This is why it's essential to be proactive.
Please understand that WordPress sites don’t get hacked because of WordPress original code, but due to backdoors from 3rd party code.
This 60 minute webinar will teach you what you need to do to help protect your website from being hacked.