Me playing “Nellie” at a workshop led by Don Wayne Reno and Jason Skinner in eastern Tennessee a few years ago. Chance of a lifetime.
Thanks to all who attended my talk! There were some great questions and I enjoyed talking about WordPress security with you. #wcavl
As promised, here are the slides:
And here is a link to the security related RSS feeds I follow, many of which cover WordPress:
This website has come in handy a couple of times recently. I was made aware that my username and password were found in lists of those stolen from hacked websites, including Dropbox and LinkedIn. Of course, I had long since changed my passwords, but it’s still interesting to see this happen, and it could one day really save me. I suggest you sign up!
Tickets are on sale for WordCamp Asheville, and I hope many of you will come. This is my first opportunity to attend WordCamp, and I’ll actually be getting to speak at it. Come check it out if you are attending.
My presentation will be about WordPress security, how to make yourself less of a target, and how to harden your WordPress website against hackers using freely available tools.
Come say Hi if you attend!
I found out today that I get to speak at WordCamp Asheville in June. I’ll be presenting on WordPress security. I had to miss WordCamp last year, so I’m excited about being able to attend, and even more so about speaking. I hope to see you all there!
A little more than a week ago, I completed my Certified Ethical Hacker training and am now, certifiably, an ethical hacker.
I also passed the written half of the Certified Penetration Tester exam at that time, and am working on the second half over the next couple of weeks. I hope to get it wrapped up and be able to add that to my credentials.
Enough horn tooting. What’s up in your world?