Enterprise Level Security

We use modern tools and extensive technical experience to ensure the safety of the user’s site and data.

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Our Responsibilities

We use modern tools and extensive technical experience to ensure the safety of the user’s site and data.

HTTPS WP-admin Encryption

We’re permanently securing data exchanges between devices and the WP-admin accounts, passwords, and editorial contents included.

WordPress Filtering

We implement strict checks for php execution and limit allowed pass-through parameters based on the WordPress Codex.

WP-Core Upgrades Policy

We are managing firewall rules to limit access only to publicly intended resources, in legitimate usage patterns. We are performing tested upgrades of WordPress core functions and take full responsibility for the process.

Denial of Service Attacks

In case of denial of service attack attempts, we are taking action to mitigate the risk and identify the source, keeping the site in proper working conditions.

Incident Handling

In case of suspicious security incidents, we will investigate the responses and we will take appropriate courses of action.

Recent statistics show that over 38% of website administrators across the web use WordPress. Improve your website's security posture to reduce the risk of a compromise.

Your Responsibilities

The following points represent our recommendations for our users in order to ensure a healthy security level.

Third-party Inserted Code

Code snippets (other than ads) inserted into the site’s source code expose website visitors, in case of intrusion. Reduce to a minimum the number of external calls and review periodically the site code for outdated references.

Access Management

Carefully select and instruct people you work with and trust. If given to disloyal people, your site may get harmed.

Maintaining Non-open-source Code

Using purchased plugins or themes raises the risk of vulnerabilities. Renew subscriptions to always keep the commercial code up-to-date.

Physical Access to Computers and Devices

Don’t authorize access to open sessions in browsers while logged in to WordPress. Consider encrypting your storage and using strong passwords.

Password Management

Weak passwords can become the gateway to undesired events. Use strong passwords, change them often, and keep them only in trusted password management services.

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