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5 Ways To Secure Your WordPress Website.
Wed 3 May 2017, 19:00 – 22:00 BST
You have spent time effort and money on your self hosted WordPress website, It works well, it stands out from the crowd and is attracting a lot of attention...Great!!
Now consider the following questions:
Is your website Safe and Secure for you and your users?
Have you taken the necessary precautions to protect your website from Cyber Attacks?
Are you jeopardising your reputation and revenue with poor Online Security?
Are you more focused on SEO than Security?
As the top CMS (Content Management System) used to create websites, WordPress is popular with all types of web users.
The content and look may differ but all WordPress website owners have 1 thing in common...they are all vulnerable to a cyber attack, from the initial setup.
With the use of themes, plugins and widgets you run the risk of making your website vulnerable at any point therefore it is important to adopt regular security practices to 'harden' your website.
This workshop is for self hosted WordPress website owners who are concerned with keeping their websites secure. It will focus on 5 key areas to consider when heightening security to protect against hackers.
1. Managing and verifying users
2. Accessing the system
3. Staying up to date
4. Scan, scan, scan
5. When all else fails you have a backup, right?!
By attending this workshop you will be able to understand the importance of adopting good practices that will help protect you and your visitors online. This informative and interactive workshop will enable you to start implementing security measures immediately.
Rooms and equipment
Morning sessions from 10am-1pm take place in the IT suite, no laptop required
Afternoon sessions from 4pm to 7pm take place in The Walbrook. laptops will be required.
You will be required to access your WordPress dashboard - don't forget your login details!
Yejide Adeoye, of Logic to Create, loves analysing and testing IT systems with a view of improving efficiency and sharing knowledge. Having used the self hosted WordPress platform since 2010, to develop and manage websites for Clients, Yejide is keen to support users on heightening security against cyber attacks.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, we will have a list of attendees at the event
What is the refund policy?
Your ticket is non refundable or transferable for no shows.
If we cancel, you have the right to a full refund or to choose another date.