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In response to the elevated threat of cyber attacks, the White House has urged business owners to increase their cyber diligence and “lock their digital doors.”
While the government has stepped up efforts to strengthen national cyber defenses, most of America’s critical infrastructure is owned and operated by the private sector, sparking calls for U.S. businesses to accelerate cybersecurity efforts.
There are a number of ways you can harden the security of your digital footprint, and your WordPress sites specifically. 
In this Agency Ignite virtual event, WP Engine VP of Security Brent Stackhouse and Engineering Manager Chris Wiegman and share their WordPress security expertise, including actionable tips for securing your WordPress builds (regardless of where they’re hosted), real-world security practices your team can follow to help avoid attacks, and tips you can share with your clients to help them stay secure.
During this time of heightened cyber diligence, it’s important to ensure you and your clients’ security practices are in top shape to keep your businesses safe.

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Each month, we feature WP Engine insiders, WordPress technology experts, agency owners, and thought leaders in digital who share specific tactics and tips you can use to take your agency to the next level.
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