Upgrade Your Website Security in 3 Steps

Companies that own WordPress websites are contacting SwiMMinD lately because they’re having issues with their websites having been hacked. It’s a real common thing that happens nowadays for just about any swimming or non-swimming business and there’s a lot of things that can be done to increase the security on a real basic level for your WordPress website.

1.Keep software and plugins updated.

Probably the most important thing that we try to convey to our clients is to make sure that the website’s software is up to date. If a website has more complicated plugins and applications, it can be a little more sophisticated for maintenance. Because of this, the most important thing to keep a website secure is to make sure the software, the plugins, and the core software is up to date.

2. Take daily backups of entire database

Probably the most important thing that we try to convey to our clients is to make sure that the website’s software is up to date. If a website has more complicated plugins and applications, it can be a little more sophisticated for maintenance. Because of this, the most important thing to keep a website secure is to make sure the software, the plugins, and the core software is up to date.

3. Set up security monitoring software

The third thing is there’s some really good security software out there nowadays. It can monitor a site and help keep it safe and secure. When we host and maintain our clients’ websites, we really focus on that, integrating security software.

Furthermore, most traditional hosts don’t have backups. They don’t maintain the software, and they don’t necessarily have security monitoring in place. As a result, those are things you usually after bring in on your own. If you have any questions about website security and hosting and maintenance, feel free to contact us.

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