Earlier this month, we interviewed Dre Armeda and Tony Perez of Sucuri.net to talk about WordPress security. Both guests shared information from a services perspective. We received a lot of positive feedback on the amount information presented in the episode. We’re going to turn the tables and discuss securing WordPress from the perspective of using plugins.
On Friday April 4th, we’ll be hosting a WordPress security plugin roundtable. Guests scheduled to appear are:
- Chris Wiegman – Lead Developer of iThemes Security
- Regina Smola – Founder of WPSecurityLock
- Brennen Byrne – Founder and CEO of Clef
- Sam Hotchkiss – Founder of BruteProtect
The goal of this episode is to inform users what security plugins are capable of and why you shouldn’t be afraid to use them. We’ll also cover a wide range of good security practices you should be aware of. The guests are monitoring the comments on this post and will answer any questions you have about their plugins or services.
can you please include a discussion of the ninja firewall? I would like to know if what they claim is correct: