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Segment 2: WordPress 4.9 – review
Segment 3: Tool of the Week
By Darcy Wheeler – WPEngine – Image WPEngine
When it comes to WordPress security, it’s important to have a solid foundation for looking at your site with a critical eye toward making it more secure.
Here at WP Engine, we recently hosted a webinar with two fellow security experts who provided a number of insights on this topic, including the most common types of attacks, why hackers attack, and tips to make your website more secure.
Read on to learn more about some of these security insights to help you get a better understanding of WordPress security and how to harden your site to keep the bad guys at bay.
The WordPress Threat Model
Getting hacked isn’t as easy as you might think — that’s as long as you don’t practice laxity in best security practices.
By – WPEngine – Image Not Credited
As a webmaster for numerous websites (most of them WordPress), I found that maximizing my efficiency in the way I use WordPress plays a crucial role in getting the job done. Whether you manage or create content for just one WordPress site or dozens, time is a precious commodity. The faster you can work, the more you can accomplish and stay competitive.
When it comes to editing your site in WordPress, the secret to speed is all about the WordPress keyboard shortcuts!