Here’s a list of plugins that will help save you time, make your site more engaging and easier to use for staff and visitors; and is secure.
Your resource for nonprofit WordPress security advice
Learn why strong security is important for your nonprofit's WordPress website and the mistakes you want to avoid making.
Watch a video replay of my live webinar where I share six ways to keep your nonprofit’s WordPress site from getting hacked.
Learn about the best managed WordPress web hosting companies for your nonprofit’s website: WP Engine, Flywheel, Kinsta, and Pantheon.
Discover six things you should be doing to protect your nonprofit’s WordPress website and prevent cybercrime attacks from happening.
One of the reasons hackers want to break into your nonprofit’s WordPress website is because it contains data that’s valuable to hackers.
Find out what you should be doing to protect your nonprofit’s WordPress website files: theme, plugins, database, and uploads.
Using short passwords in WordPress makes it easy for hacker’s software to guess and leaves your website vulnerable to cybercrime.
Learn why it’s important to change the default username on your nonprofit’s WordPress website so hackers can’t get in through your login page.
Five WordPress Security Mistakes Your Nonprofit Is Making, #2 of 5: Going Cheap with Website Hosting
When it comes to web hosting, you get what you pay for so use a managed WordPress provider for your nonprofit’s website to boost the security.
Five WordPress Security Mistakes Your Nonprofit Is Making, #1 of 5: Not Regularly Updating Your Plugins
Learn why it’s important to update your nonprofit’s WordPress plugins and core files to keep your website files safe from hackers.