(August 19, 2020, 1PM ET)

WordPress powers one-third of the internet, and hackers understand economies of scale. As such, WordPress sites are always under attack by bots looking for signs of vulnerability. Even a small website is a juicy target. Fortunately, there are a number of easy ways to protect your site by making good security decisions.

We’ll go through some of the most common methods hackers use to get into WordPress sites through some entertaining (and sometimes scary) stories.

You’ll learn key security principles to help you make good decisions to detect intrusions, prevent them, and recover from a security event if you are ever compromised. 

About the Speaker

Kathy Zant

For 20 years, Kathy Zant has built web applications for large Fortune 100 corporations, independent entrepreneurs, and everyone in between. Currently, she is Director of Marketing at Wordfence where she has held numerous roles including Security Analyst and Operations Manager. She is a frequent speaker at WordCamps around the world. She was an Executive Producer of the documentary short Open | The Community Code about the WordPress community.

We are grateful for all of Kathy’s contributions to WordPress and site security and can’t wait to share her webinar with you!

Be sure to say hi to Kathy and Wordfence on Twitter at @kathyzant and @wordfence.

The webinar has already been completed. You can find the recording on our Facebook and YouTube pages.

Our goal with the Sentree Cares Webinar Series is to provide the WordPress Community with outstanding educational content to help you learn and grow your business, blog, or nonprofit. WordPress is amazing and so flexible, that it’s possible to build your own website – for a blog, business, or nonprofit. But there’s a learning curve, too, and there are so many things you can do to always be improving your site.

This is another way that Sentree Hosting is giving back to the WordPress community.

Sentree Cares. It’s at the heart of what we do.

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