Video: Help! I’ve been hacked!

You can learn more about this session on the WPCampus 2017 website at https://2017.wpcampus.org/schedule/help-ive-been-hacked/.

Session Description:
WordPress has been given a bad rap as being easy to hack. The most common problem that causes a website to be hacked is human error. It is possible to recover from being hacked, but it is better to follow best security practices. Having a WordPress site hacked is costly. I can vouch that one of my multisite got hacked, and what it took to recover.

This session is for the beginner WordPress institutional users to help them understand some easy-to-adopt practices to keep their sites safe.

Speaker:
Dave Wynne

What is WPCampus?
WPCampus 2017 was the second annual in-person conference for the WPCampus community, a gathering of web professionals, educators and people dedicated to the confluence of WordPress in higher education. The event took place July 14-15 on the campus of Canisius College in Buffalo, New York. Learn more about the event at https://2017.wpcampus.org.

Session Video

Dave Wynne

Web Developer, University of Georgia@triguy_gahttp://research.uga.edu

Dave has taught accessibility to faculty, staff and graduate students, and he was a founding member for accessibility at University of Georgia (UGA). He teaches web design and form building, and he is a web developer for the Office of Research Communications. He manages 138 WordPress based websites. He has been at UGA for 21 years.