Why is WordPress security so important?

Firstly, let’s quickly dispel one of the biggest myths about hackers.

When we think of a Hacker we tend to think of a coke drinking hooded youth in a darkened room. This is far from the reality of hacking. Most hacking, especially with WordPress, is entirely automated. Automated scripts, Robots or Crawlers, trawl the net seeking out vulnerabilities and then exploiting them.

With WordPress now powering almost 30% of the World’s websites it the prime candidate. If you know how WordPress works and all the default setting you can exploit it.

A hacked WordPress site can cause serious damage to your business revenue and reputation. Hackers can steal user information, passwords, install malicious software, and can even distribute malware to your users. Most worryingly you may never know that they are there, silently stealing your data or choking your site.

As a worse case scenario, you may find yourself paying ransomware to hackers just to regain access to your website.

WordPress security and GDPR

In the same way that it is the business owners responsibility to protect their physical building, office, shop or factory, if you own a website it is your responsibility to protect your business website.

The new GDPR compliance rules will put even more emphasis on protecting your website.

How do I know if I need better security?

The most basic low-security test is to check of your login is /wp-admin – it probably is. If this is the case it will tell you that your developer will likely have paid less attention to your security than they should.

I have put together a collection of tools to help you test your website for FREE.

What do I get?

Security improvement - GUARANTEED


SSL certificate: 128 bit data encryption


Hide WordPress from common routes of attack


Hide Theme, Plugins, User IDs from public view


Secure content directories to prevent anauthorised access


Web Application Firewall


Malware scanning


Brute Force Protection


Cross Scripting and Hijack protection

How much does it cost?

Prices start from £695 for a standard WordPress website or £895 for WooCommerce - this is a guide price and subject to a quick review of your website for compatability

When do I get it?

All orders will be completed within 7 working days

What do you need from me?

Full administration access to your WordPress website


SFTP, FTP or Cpanel (File manager) access

Please help me get my website sorted