Here are nine things you should be doing to prevent attacks on your WordPress website.
It doesn't matter what size your organization is because hackers don't discriminate and be aware that incidents have increased in the last five years.The data that's collected on your website's donation, membership, and fundraising pages are valuable and what they want to steal.
The last thing you want on your plate is dealing with a website that's been hacked due to human error and monthly site neglect.
WordPress 5.2.4 Security Release just came out and I highly recommend updating your software to stay protected.
I second the recommendation for WPEngine.
They are great about doing the automatic backups and updates and the pricing is reasonable. Help desk has been good as well.
Quality Care Health Foundation
California Association of Health Facilities
@Beth Camero glad to hear it and @Steve Haviland, WP Engine is great!
I wanted to share with the community in case members weren't aware of the latest security release.
I wrote an article about the top four web hosting providers for nonprofits using WordPress if it's also helpful.