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Let’s Talk About #Security: http://gplus.ly/2fXTn1M With all the recent news about websites getting…

Let's Talk About #Security: http://gplus.ly/2fXTn1M

With all the recent news about websites getting hacked, if you rely on a website to be the customer facing front for your business, hackers are something you may find yourself concerned about from time to time.

And… it's a valid concern. Luckily, you don’t have to take on the work of securing your website alone. A full-service WordPress web hosting company (like +WP.land) will perform many security checks for you by doing the regular software updates that are required. If you don’t have much technical experience, or you’re simply concerned about your site security, contact your web hosting company and inquire about what’s being done to keep your site safe.

In the meantime, our blog post covers some best practices when it comes to WordPress security, including:

– Making sure your WordPress core installation is up-to-date
– Making sure your themes and plugins are up-to-date
– Fortifying your login
– Using captchas
– Being diligent

Learn more on our blog: http://gplus.ly/2fXTn1M

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