6 Ways to Make WordPress Secure from Getting Hacked
If you’re an IT leader or part of a nonprofit communications team, your WordPress website updates probably aren’t high on the priority list – but they should be.
It’s hard to stay on top of the site maintenance but in the back of your mind, you know it needs to be done. But while your site gets left in the dark every month, a hidden security risk grows.
It’s a matter of time before your website gets hacked.
The last thing you want added to your list is trying to figure out how to fix a site that’s been suddenly hijacked or taken offline.
Your website is an investment that’s worth protecting and it’s important that your donors and constituents have a consistently positive experience.
- Learn why strong WordPress security and updates should be a priority and not an afterthought
- The importance of prevention and what can happen when your nonprofit's website gets hacked
- Get six practical steps to strengthen your nonprofit's WordPress website from attacks