A good part of my past WordPress career I offered design, support and coaching. During those years I cannot tell you how many times I found an email in my inbox that had this somewhere in it: “My site was hacked. What do I do? Why did my host let this happen?” Or worse yet. “My […]
Security is one of the most important aspects of your WordPress site. Find tips and resources to help you keep your site secure and fit.
There will be times when you need to give some access to your WordPress eCommerce site for fixes, maintenance, or something else. Make sure you keep you site secure with these tips.
Having two backups of your WordPress site is better than one. Currently I have three services backing up our site: WP Engine Hosting, ManageWP and VaultPress. We take a look at each one.
In this podcast series we talk about the big picture of online security, security and your eCommerce site, what you need to know about PCI, and 3rd-party integrations and payment gateways.
Today we talk with Dre Armeda and Lee Blue as we explore tips and insights to insure that all of your customers data is secure and that your site can safely handle this information without you having to be concerned about compromises.
In today’s show we talk about the PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards) and how every online store or eCommerce site, no matter the size, needs to know and understand.
In the second of our four series Dre chats with us more specifically around eCommerce sites, security and WordPress, including hosting, security plugins and issues surrounding online store security.
Yesterday a well-respected friend of mine in the WordPress security realm shared just a few words: Backup Your Backups.
In today’s roundup, looking at a way to add google maps to your site, adding extra security to monitor your site, and offering recommended products on your online store.
If you have been looking for a resource that goes through all the modules of the Jetpack plugin for WordPress, this is it.