Ensure hardened WordPress security.

Implemented industry best practices secure your site and give you the peace of mind to concentrate on the things you do best.

Web Application Firewall

A WAF monitors traffic to your server, filtering and blocking malicious code before it has a chance to reach it. These filters block attacks such as cross-site scripting (XSS) and SQL injection.

Automatic Brute-force Ban

If an attacker tries to guess your password several times in a short span of time, it will trigger a temporarily block of their IP. This, in turn, helps mitigate brute-force attacks.

Software Vulnerability Monitoring

The server, PHP, WordPress core, plugins, and themes are continuously scanned for known vulnerabilities.

Realtime Uptime Monitoring

The website is checked every 60 seconds for connectivity and response time. This information is added to weekly reports. You can also receive alerts if the site is down for any amount of time.

SSL Certificate

SSL improves website security by providing an encrypted connection through a trusted certificate. This will fulfill all your HTTPS needs.


Before a user can login, signup, or comment, the action can be secured with a reCAPTCHA test before access. This virtually stops malicious bots from misusing your site.

Two Factor Authentication

Further secure your logins with two factor authentication (2FA). This uses a smartphone app which generates a second code to then input on the WordPress login page.

Database Protection

Secure your database from SQL injection attacks. This hacking technique can add unwanted content through your database.

Custom Login URL

Optionally, hide your login URL from bots by changing the address. Your login could then end with something like /secure-login, instead of /login.php. This technique is known as security through obscurity.