Michele Butcher-Jones: Passwords, Attacks, and Security Oh My!

  1. lewiscowles2015

    * Force SSL, it’s free
    * Encrypt external HDD’s
    * backup image your HDD (so if it dies you can restore it too). If it’s encrypted the backup drive doesn’t need to be.
    * The whole don’t use admin as a username, and username naming things… That’s obfuscation, not security.
    * If compromised, Nuke the server and redeploy from backup, then update

    Otherwise really cool.

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September 26, 2017

Learning about WordPress Security can leave you feeling overwhelmed but you don’t have to. We will talk best practices and simple steps to keep your site safe and secure. From secure passwords, to security plugins, to what to do when you have been hacked, we will discuss it all.

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WordCamp Montreal 2017 40

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Michele Butcher-Jones 3

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WordPress security 9

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