So we have all been to the scary WordPress security talk where Tim or someone else frightens you to death. However, its not too dire, in those talks there is a theme beyond despair and that’s every little helps.
So this talk, which is low on scary tales and high on simple practical tips to improve your sites security. On their own they might not be the silver bullet but they all add up.
Tim will guide you through things anyone of any ability level can implement to improve their sites security.
We are lucky to have Tim come to speak. He often speaks at WordCamps, and his presentations are really great.
Tim is the platform lead at 34SP.com (http://34sp.com) for their Managed WordPress product in addition to being the companies Developer Advocate.
One day he will work out what either of those job titles means. Until he does he spends his day in a mix of Dev, security, ops and project management as well as speaking at user groups and conferences.
He also helps run WordPress Leeds and writes for several publications including his own site http://timnash.co.uk .
19:30 start: Everyone introduces themselves: 20 seconds max, mainly describing their involvement with WordPress.
2. Up to 4 * 3 minute pitches. Share: news, discoveries, useful tips.
3. Main presentations
4. Clinic: Bring along a problem, and the audience will offer advice. If we can't, maybe we'll have a solution by next meeting.
5. Topic for next meeting
Remember we have a group website: https://wpcbg.uk/