WordPress Security: Facts & Fiction

Hacked... the very last thing you want to happen to your site.

Whether you're a site owner, a development professional, or somewhere in between, no one wants their website hacked. The time and effort required to restore your site after an attack, if it can be restored, makes it worth investing some time to learn best practices to keep your site safe and sound.

If you do anything with WordPress websites, you do not want to miss this meetup!

Read feedback from the Westchester WordPress security meetup (scroll down) and note...  D.K. plans to take the things up several notches for his homeys!

He began using WordPress for affiliate websites in 2005, and started rolling out WordPress sites for his clients soon afterwords. D.K. got serious about security after several of his company's sites were hacked back in 2007.

Since then he has lead the development of many WordPress security measures, culminating in the "multiple layers of security" techniques you'll learn.

His WordPress security company is WP Security Pros, and he shares Internet expertise at DKSmith.com.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Hello everyone! Any chance the session was recorded? Thank you!

    January 9, 2013

    • Joly M.

      Recording was not permitted. Sorry about that.

      January 9, 2013

  • bob a.

    Very helpful. 2nd time attending WP Security...learned more.

    December 14, 2012

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