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WordPress Website hacked: the prevention and cure

WordPress website hacked. You see it all the time in the press. And if you are one of the millions…

6 must-do steps to protect your WordPress website in 2019

As a business owner, you’ll want to do everything in your power to protect your WordPress website from data loss,…

WordPress security: What to do if you fall victim to cyber crime

Last week we looked at whether your WordPress website was prepared for a cyber-attack. Now we’re going to focus on…

Is your WordPress website prepared for a 2019 cyber attack?

According to a university study, a hacker attack occurs every 39 seconds. And while some of those attacks are on…

6 benefits of installing an SSL certificate on your WordPress Website

You think it would never happen to you, but when every website on the Internet is a potential target for…

Do I need a server level firewall to protect my WordPress website?

Cyber-crime is nothing new, but the publicity around GDPR has pushed website security to the top of mind. The security…

How to protect your WordPress website from a data breach

Advancements in technology have led to a significant increase in cyber-crime. A recent survey commissioned by The Department for Culture,…

Safer Internet Day: How to improve your website’s security in 2018

Safer Internet Day 2018 is celebrated globally on Tuesday 6th February to help inspire people to use technology responsibly, respectfully,…

Why half of page-1 Google results are now HTTPS

Back in August 2014, Google announced that HTTPS was a ranking signal as part of their campaign to make the…

5 key signs your WordPress site’s been hacked

Getting hacked is one of biggest concerns firms of all sizes face. The consequences of a hacked website can be…

Are Your WordPress plugins putting your website at risk?

Back in September, a security vulnerability was found in a popular WordPress plugin – Display Widgets. The plugin, which had…

Chrome Version 62 to Show Security Warnings on HTTP Pages

Has your WordPress website made the switch to HTTPS? If not, you may be in for a shock as Google…