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5 WordPress Security Measures You Should Take To Protect Your Website [Slideshare]

Updated on  31st January

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Pick any Content Management Systems usage statistics report and you will see one truth: WordPress rules them all. With a marketing share of more than 20%, the world has really embraced the simplicity of WordPress.


But! When it comes to security, WordPress has its share of frills.

However, kudos to the WordPress development team for making sure that WordPress stays secure at all time. The team really tries to keep the house in order whenever a security shortfall is found.

While the heroes and heroines of WordPress development team make sure that WordPress is maintained properly, it is also the responsibility of website administrators to ensure a robust security regime is in place. Many website face disruption because web admins are not prioritizing security as much as required.

The following presentation tells how a website adminstration can protect their WordPress website from hackers. If you know any more tips about this issue, do share it in the comment section below.


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Saad Durrani

Saad is the Senior Editor at Cloudways - A Managed Cloud Hosting Platform. He is a technology enthusiast who loves to blog about emerging technologies and trends. When he is not blogging, he goes to the beach to find inspiration for his fictional stories.

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