WordPress is secure as long as it’s well-maintained. Webhive uses a range of measures to protect your website. backups, setting file permissions, updating WordPress and periodically auditing plugins, themes and users, as well as the usual firewall and security software. Read on for details!
We make sure that sensitive files and directories are secure.
Gives your site a padlock in the address bar. Increases a reader’s trust in your website. Encrypts your data. Confirms your site’s identity.
Out-of-date WordPress, plugins, and themes make a website vulnerable to hackers. Webhive ensures that your website software is updated.
Out-of-date, abandoned, or poorly-maintained plugins are a security risk. Webhive checks your plugins and themes to make sure that they have received recent updates.
Webhive stores secure backups in the cloud. This allows us to recover your website in case of a critical failure in your hosting.
Wordfence WordPress firewall.
Secure hosting is the foundation of website security. Webhive uses quality, well-protected hosting.
(WordPress Managed Hosting only)
The Wordfence firewall adjusts to current worldwide attacks.
You may secure your website logins by sending a login code to an authentication app on your tablet or phone.
Webhive blocks countries that often originate hacking attacks.
- If your website is hosted by WP Engine, wordpress.com or on any other managed WordPress hosting, then security is the responsibility of your host.
- Just as an experienced and determined thief can get past deadlocks, window bolts and alarms, an experienced and determined hacker can gain access to any system. However, none of the websites we manage have ever been hacked.
- Once we’ve set up your website security, please let us know if you make any changes that could affect it.