No matter how strong your passwords are, chances are that sooner or later they can be breached.
Choose your web host carefully
Create strong admin passwords
Use multi-factor authentication
You should implement multi-factor authentication for any relevant account.
Make sure that your web software is up to date
Use an SSL Certificate
Websites that feature this security measure are sharing encrypted data instead of what is known as “plain text,” where data is being moved back and forth without any encryption. That’s precisely why the online users are more inclined to do business with websites that feature an “HTTPS” prefix in their URL. The website that begin with “HTTP” are a problem.
Restrict admin logins
Monitor your network
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