10 Best Practices For A Secure And Successful Enterprise WordPress Deployment

WordPress is secure, but as with any technology that’s experienced such rapid growth, following a series of best practices can help keep it that way. In this white paper, we’ll dig into 10 best practices for keeping your WordPress deployment secure. Whether you’re using WordPress to power your blog or your Enterprise website, following these best practices will help you protect your site from possible attacks and vulnerabilities, and ensure that your WordPress deployment is secure and successful.

From single developers to Fortune 100 companies, the number of organizations turning to WordPress is skyrocketing. To date, more than 68 million active WordPress sites are serving a whopping 3.5 billion pages each month. More than half of the top 100 blogs on the Internet now run WordPress, and not just for their blogging needs; many organizations leverage WordPress for their entire web presence. All told, nearly a quarter of all sites on the web are WordPress sites. Check out some of the more notable sites running on WordPress: http://wordpress.org/showcase.

10 Best Practices For A Secure And Successful Enterprise WordPress Deployment