June 22, 2014 — WordPress セキュリティ SHOW 〜WordPressのセキュリティ対策ってホンマでっか？〜」
WordPress で近年話題になっているセキュリティ問題ですが、改ざん数や脆弱性報告件数などで WordPress は脆弱な CMS という印象を持っている人も多いというのが現状です。
このセッションでは、盲目的に他の CMS に移行するのではなく、いかに WordPress を正しくセキュアに使うか、または現実的にどれくらいセキュアに運用することが可能かを、セキュリティ視点・現場視点両者から議論します。
May 18, 2014 — The key to website security is awareness. Getting down to the basics and sharing insight that very few can share through the experiences we have ascertained at Sucuri. Sharing the latest threats, trends, and of course some good hardening takeaways and recommendations.
May 13, 2014 — 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. 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.
March 23, 2014 — This presentation is about how to make a WordPress installation super secure. There are lots of steps that can be taken to turn WordPress into a veritable fortress, security is not a one trick pony. There are many layers that help make WordPress more secure and even doing one or two of them is worth the effort. If you have the inclination to do them all then you can rest assured knowing your site probably won’t be the one getting hacked.
March 19, 2014 — Cut through the noise and the false sense of security. This presentation is a no nonsense approach to reducing risk with WordPress.
February 2, 2014 — This presentation talks about the most popular attacks going on right now that are taking out WordPress sites, security best practices for building plugins and themes, and it covers workflow best practices (are you the reason your client’s site got hacked? Maybe!)
Then the other side of the coin — once your site has been hacked, what do you do next? How to get things cleaned up and make sure that they stay that way
January 4, 2014 — This session goes through examples of several common attacks, vulnerabilities that allowed them to happen in core, how they were fixed, and how our community can work together to stay safe. This session involves brief code snippets and discussions, but is generally a higher level overview of the types of security problems that affect the WordPress community and how we can continue to fix them.
January 1, 2014 — Mahadev shares how WordPress sites are hacked by hackers using a number of attacks to break WordPress security. He also shares his knowledge on how these can be prevented or fixed in your site.
December 9, 2013 — You’ll learn the proper way to write the most secure code in WordPress. Whether you’re a plugin developer or build themes, it’s extremely important to understand how to secure your code from hacks and exploits. Overlooking some very easy to follow techniques can expose your website to the hackers everywhere. WordPress features a number of built-in methods to help make sure your code is safe and secure, and we’ll cover each and everyone in detail