WordPress Website Security Starting at $199

Poor website security can be an unexpected, and costly disruption to your business.

WordPress Website Security

According to IBM Small and mid-sized businesses are hit by 62% percent of all network and website cyber-attacks , and  60% of small businesses who suffer an attack are out of business within 6 months.

Taking security seriously with common sense precautions will lower your risk significantly and secure your website against the most common brute force attacks to protect both you, your website visitors, and your business.

WordPress Website Security Services

I have provided troubleshooting, support and security services for WordPress website owners  for close to a decade. I’ve seen and repaired more hacked and infected WordPress sites than I can count.

I’ve rooted out even the most creatively hidden infections from basic hacks that redirect your website and get you that “blocked by Google” warning,  to advanced infections that deny you access to your own website files, and locks you out of your own admin panel. The good news is that most times all of these things can be fixed.

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SiteLock Issues and Warnings

If your site is hosted on one of the more popular shared website hosting services such as Hostgator, Go Daddy, Bluehost, and so on, you likely have SiteLock Security by default. As you probably know by now basic level SiteLock protection merely monitors your website, and then sends panicked alerts that something is wrong, and unless it’s fixed immediately your site may be taken offline.

To fix the issue requires that you upgrade to a more expensive option, but first after a one time fee to do a “deep scan” to actually find the problem. Want tips on how to prevent future issues? (The thing that Sitelock is supposed to be protecting you against in the first place), more fees and services.

I don’t play these games. I’ll find the issue that SiteLock is warning you about, clean, repair and help you set up preventative measures to lessen the chance of it ever happening again.

To Get Started I Will Need

  • Administrative access to your WordPress Dashboard
  • Access to your hosting account
  • As much info about your website as you can tell me.

While you are on the phone with me describing the problem, I’ll take a look at your WordPress installation to determine the issue and in most cases tell you up front what’s going on and what I’ll need to do to fix it.

Most commonly needed services include

Security Analysis

$99/ flat

  • Will analyze your existing WordPress site from top to bottom to determine where security holes exist, and will provide specific recommendations to fix them.
  • Includes but not limited to your theme, plug ins, hosting, scripts, coding or configuration errors which make your WordPress site less secure
  • Takes about an hour
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SSL Complaince

$325/ flat/ 5 hr. max

  • Will work with your host to install and configure an SSL on your WordPress website
  • Includes page by page clean up to remove or replace any conflicting issues that cause a page to show as unsecured (broken lock).
  • Insure secure configuration or proper redirect for “www” and non “www” versions
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Website Repair/Recovery

$675/ 12 hr. max

  • For WordPress websites that have already been compromised, infected, or have crashed
  • Will remove or repair infected files, and recover backups to get your site up and running again.
  • Will also close security holes, and install protection to help prevent future attacks from happening, as well as identify outdated processes
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Let’s Get Started

I understand that dealing with hacked websites and security can be scary and confusing.
Feel free to give me a call and ask questions to get a better understanding of things.

1-(504)-264-2248 M-F 9-5 PST


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