Most of people mistake this part. While the core installation of WordPress is very easy to use and relatively secure, the more you add on top of it via plugins, themes, and custom code, the more likely it is to be hacked. And the more users you add to any given installation, the likelihood increases further, still. That’s bad news all around for individuals and businesses, alike. With that in mind, let’s spend some time today exploring the 12 ways you can secure your site’s back end to ensure your information (and that of your customers’) remains safe.
Prepared By SEOist Salman