Secured WordPress Hosting


(Ananova News) January 11, 2023.

Choosing a secured WordPress web hosting provider is a must, and with that, a business website may need security plugins like Jetpack or Wordfence. Along with the provider, a business also purchases security software as an essential aspect of maintaining website security. It’s expected of a web hosting provider to prevent cyberattacks and malware or virus threats. So, Ananova always recommends going with well-known hosting companies. You can check their track records and security features, such as SSL certificates, firewall protection, and malware scanning, by looking them up online or doing some research.

Technical experts always suggest keeping software (theme, plugins, third-party add-ons, and WordPress Core) updated and up-to-date with the latest fixes. Always use strong and unique logins and passwords to secure accounts. Hence, it is always suggested to have managed WordPress hosting, as the provider monitors website security, takes regular backups, and keeps them up.

Companies like WordPress.com have the expertise to protect hosted websites from cyber attacks, breaches, hacking, identity and access management (IAM), malware and vulnerabilities, and phishing. They take care of updating WordPress core, themes, plugins, and PHP, disabling external URL requests, and implementing SSL. They keep regular backups, which ensure business continuity. A secured website has a good online reputation, so businesses prioritise security. Every eCommerce store and business website needs protection against cyberattacks, malware, and viruses. Businesses want to protect data as well as sensitive information and thus want to ensure website functionality and online reputation. Hence, it asks for crucial security measures. Google penalises or blacklists malicious or phishing websites.

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