December 1, 2016 — Digambar Pradhan is WordPress Developer and Team Lead at Web Experts Nepal. He gave a talk about the importance of speed and security to their website, as well as share general guidelines and best practices.
November 22, 2016 — Security can seem intimidating and complex for many of us, but we shouldn’t (can’t) let that stop us from making sure we’re doing everything we can to secure our WordPress sites. After all, our websites are often part of our livelihood. In this session Adam will discuss the “big picture” of website security and break down the fundamental tasks needed for a strong security plan, in order of importance. Adam will provide an actionable checklist on what you can start doing today to better secure your WordPress websites. After attending this session, audience members will have a better understanding of website security as a whole and what steps they can take to mitigate risk. Attendees will be able to start building their WordPress security master plan immediately.
November 6, 2016 — David Jardin erklärt anhand eines Beispiels aus der Joomla Community, wie ein Security Albtraum aussehen kann.
November 3, 2016 — The basics on hardening your WordPress application and best security practices. The importance of Strong passwords, Two-Factor, secure file permissions, using SFTP encryption and changing Salts. The importance of maintaining backups and updates.
October 29, 2016 — At work I sometimes stumble upon websites that are hacked. These can
send out spam, host a phishing site, etc. All kind of things we don’t
like and also things we don’t want our own website to be doing.
In this talk I’ll show you a bit of what it looks like when your website
is hacked. We’ll take a look at a couple of scenarios that might happen
if you’re not careful enough. And after that I’ll give you some pointers
on how to secure your website in a few easy steps.
October 28, 2016 — A panel of experts cover the latest in keeping WordPress sites secure.
October 27, 2016 — Panel discussion on WordPress Securityand Speed
With our speakers Paul Goodchild (WordPress security plugin author), Juan Felipe Rincón (Google Search Quality team) and Stephen Kinkaid (Big Wet Fish).
October 17, 2016 — This presentation covers what HTTPS does and does not protect against, reviews some of the more egregious misuses of HTTP, rebuts the commons objections to implementing HTTPS, and then advances numerous compelling reasons to use HTTPS that should convince anyone still on the fence. An abundance of links to technical resources, client-side tools, and relevant influential writings is also provided.