According to the latest Sucuri Hacked Website Report (2018), 90% of scanned WordPress websites were infected with one or more vulnerabilities last year. That’s up 7% from the previous year and shows you just how vulnerable WordPress websites can be. (Source) While the WordPress core is built to be as secure as possible, relying on it to keep your site safe is not going to be enough. After all, WordPress themes and plugins play a role in vulnerabilities too. That’s why you have to take a proactive approach to site security if you want to prevent cybercriminals from hacking into your website. Today we’re going to share with you the 3 most compelling reasons why you should regularly perform WordPress[…]

4 Compelling Reasons Why WordPress is Secure

As of now, the WordPress content management system (CMS) dominates the web. In fact, WordPress powers 35% of the worldwide web, which is pretty impressive seeing as there are over 1.7 billion websites online right now. The thing is, many people will claim that WordPress is insecure. After all, according to Sucuri, a leading website security and protection platform designed to thwart all cybercrime, claims that WordPress is the most infected CMS of all. But does that mean WordPress shouldn’t be trusted? As the leading content management system in the world, it makes sense that cybercriminals would target it. And with so many websites using it, it also makes sense that the most hacks would be associated with WordPress. That’s[…]