Stopping Attacks from the get-go
Website attacks are an ongoing crisis, with hackers constantly looking for and exploiting vulnerabilities in login pages; just because you’ve got a complicated password, doesn’t mean you’re invulnerable to attack. In an effort to combat this, I can setup MFA – Multi-Factor Authentication. This means that when you attempt to login, you’ll be prompted for a secondary, randomly generated code from your phone/tablet, which only you have access to.
This comes as part of a fantastic plugin called WordFence – an all-in-one security hub that can be installed on your WordPress website. Not only does it provide MFA, but it also scans your website for vulnerabilities, malicious code/files & alerts you when there’s an issue.
An attack can happen at any time.
Are you prepared?
Making the first move
While it’s all well and good being able to clean-up after an attack and resume normal life, wouldn’t it be better to stop the attack altogether?
Yes. Yes, it would.
That’s another great reason I use not only WordFence for website protection, but also CloudFlare. CloudFlare comes as standard with a firewall designed to catch out nasty bots & attackers, recording the event, and reporting it back to you. Using these two technologies together can seriously improve your overall website protection, with added CAPTCHA filtering courtesy of CloudFlare.
I also provide SSL certificates for improved PCI compliance.