‘security’ Videos

  • Chris Wiegman: Securing Your Code - WordPress Security for Developers

    Chris Wiegman: Securing Your Code – WordPress Security for Developers

    WordCamp Maine 2014Speaker: Chris Wiegman

    October 17, 2014 &#8212 There’s a lot of information out there on making WordPress as secure as possible. Some of it is great and some of it, well, not so great. My session will walk users through numerous tips and tricks for securing WordPress the right way from the start. In addition we’ll look at a few security misconceptions in an attempt to sort the good information from the bad and keep you from becoming the next victim.

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  • Tony Perez: WordPress Security – It Starts With Posture

    Tony Perez: WordPress Security – It Starts With Posture

    WordCamp Europe 2014Speaker: Tony Perez

    October 16, 2014 &#8212 The threats website owners face today range in scale and complexity – from large DDOS attacks leveraging WordPress core functionality, to vulnerabilities found in some of the largest plugins in the ecosystem.

    The Security dilemma is not shrinking, it’s getting bigger and more today, than ever, it’s important we take the time to educate and bring awareness to the things everyday website owners can do to improve their over security posture.

    Security is not a turn of a knob, or click of an option, it’s about state of mind, it’s about good posture.

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  • Joseph Herbrandson: WordPress Security Fundamentals

    Joseph Herbrandson: WordPress Security Fundamentals

    WordCamp Maine 2014Speaker: Joseph Herbrandson

    October 10, 2014 &#8212 Website security is important to everyone who has a website, as well as everyone who uses a website. Whether it gets five visitors a day or five-thousand, hackers are looking to compromise, break, infect and virtually own every website that they can for monetary and social purposes.

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  • Ben Lobaugh: Tips For Writing Secure Plugins and Themes

    Ben Lobaugh: Tips For Writing Secure Plugins and Themes

    WordCamp Vancouver 2014Speaker: Ben Lobaugh

    September 11, 2014 &#8212 If you write plugins or themes ensuring they are secure and as free from vulnerabilities as possible should be a top priority. In this session I will share some easy tips to keep in mind while building your theme or plugin that will help reduce the risk of your website being compromised.

  • Денис Синегубко: WordPress под прицелом хакеров. Что нужно знать, и как избежать проблем

    Денис Синегубко: WordPress под прицелом хакеров. Что нужно знать, и как избежать проблем

    WordCamp Russia 2014Speaker: Denis Sinegubko

    September 4, 2014 &#8212 Денис помог очистить и восстановить после взлома более тысячи веб сайтов. Им было проанализировано более сотни различных хакерских атак. Этот опыт лёг в основу доклада «WordPress под прицелом хакеров», в котором он объяснит почему взламываются сайты, какие существуют риски, связанные с использованием WordPress, и что поможет минимизировать эти риски.

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  • Nile Flores: Basic Plugin Recommendations To Get Your WordPress Started

    Nile Flores: Basic Plugin Recommendations To Get Your WordPress Started

    WordCamp Kansas City 2014Speaker: Nile Flores

    August 22, 2014 &#8212 So you started a WordPress powered website, or you’re contemplating it, or you already have and not sure what to do next. Out of the box WordPress can do a lot, but there are some functionalities you might want it to do, like:
    – Allow people to contact you
    – Allow people to share your articles over social network sites
    – Some plugins for search engine optimization
    – Plugin suggestions for security
    … and a few other fun plugins in case you need them
    This session is to help you get your best foot forward with a basic list of plugins to get your site rolling right away, even today!!!

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  • Connie Quist: WordPress og sikkerhed

    Connie Quist: WordPress og sikkerhed

    WordCamp Denmark 2014Speaker: Connie Quist

    August 21, 2014 &#8212 Dansk-svenske Connie Quist sidder til dagligt med håndtering af kundernes sikkerhed hos Surftown. Gennem sit arbejde ser han ofte de nyeste tricks, som ondsindede hackere bruger til at overtage og misbruge bl.a. WordPress-sider. I sit oplæg vil Connie demonstrere en række simple tips og tricks, som hurtigt kan forbedre en WordPress-sides modstandsdygtighed mod hacking. Oplægget viser samtidig fordelene ved at sikre sin blog – og det er slet ikke så få, som man måske skulle tro.

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  • Tomoyuki Sugita: 安全にWordPressを使う 誰でもできるセキュリティ&バックアップ

    Tomoyuki Sugita: 安全にWordPressを使う 誰でもできるセキュリティ&バックアップ

    WordCamp Kansai 2014Speaker: Tomoyuki Sugita

    August 21, 2014 &#8212 HTMLがわからない人でもできる、WordPressを安全に運用するセキュリティ対策を次の4点を中心にお伝えします。

    ・安全なパスワードを使いましょう
    ・常にバージョンアップする
    ・プラグインやテーマは公式ディレクトリから
    ・バックアップはこまめに

    これらの理由を目で見てわかる!インフォグラフィック(統計情報)を使ってご紹介します。
    この資料はセッション後無料で配布しますので、お客さまへの説明時やプレゼンでのお役立ちアイテムに!

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  • Tony Perez: WordPress Security

    Tony Perez: WordPress Security

    WordCamp Philly 2014Speaker: Tony Perez

    August 20, 2014 &#8212 The key to website security is awareness, is what will be achieved in this talk. Getting down to the basics and sharing insight that very few can share through the experiences we have ascertained at Sucuri. The latest threats and trends will be shared, and of course, some good, hardening takeaways and recommendations.

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  • Brennen Byrne: Passwords - The Weakest Link in WordPress Security

    Brennen Byrne: Passwords – The Weakest Link in WordPress Security

    WordCamp Seattle 2014Speaker: Brennen Byrne

    August 10, 2014 &#8212 “The weakest link in the security of anything you do online is your password. It’s the key to your site, your email, your social networking accounts or any other online service you use. If your password is easy to guess, your online identity is vulnerable.” – The WordPress Security team

    When we talk about WordPress security, it’s easy to get caught up in the technical details that give us the craziest hacks that make the best stories. In reality, though, most WordPress sites are hacked because bad habits — and, more specifically, bad passwords. It’s easy to recommend better passwords, but this talk covers the technology that is changing how the password battle is being waged. Background on botnets, two-factor authentication, SSL, and password rot will accompany actionable advice any user can follow to secure their WordPress site.

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