WordCamp Minneapolis 2014: Commercial WordPress Products

WordCamp Minneapolis 2014 WordPress Products Panel with Tony Perez

Recently I spoke at WordCamp Minneapolis 2014 on The Basics Of WordPress Security. At the event, I pulled double duty and also participated in a panel discussion on Commercial WordPress Products moderated by Kiko Doran with: Reid Peifer of Modern Tribe and Events Calendar Pro Marc Benzakein of ServerPress and Desktop Server Carl Hancock of…

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WordCamp Minneapolis 2014: The Basics Of WordPress Security

Tony Perez WordCamp Minneapolis 2014 WordPress Security Basics

Over the years, I have seen and experienced an amazing amount of security threats, vulnerabilities, malware attacks, and other problems website owners face. Recently I had the opportunity to speak at WordCamp Minneapolis 2014 on The Basics of WordPress Security, specifically targeted for the website owner or end user. In this presentation, I share insights…

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WordCamp Las Vegas 2013: Real WordPress Security, Kill The Noise!

Tony Perez and Dre Armeda Speak at WordCamp Las Vegas 2013

This month I joined my business partner Dre Armeda at WordCamp Las Vegas 2013 to speak about web security. Our presentation, titled Real WordPress Security, Kill The Noise! cut through the false sense of security many website owners enjoy to address the real security issues, threats, and vulnerabilities facing WordPress websites and their owners. But…

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WordCamp Miami 2013: WordPress Website Security

Tony Perez WordCamp Miami 2013

I’ll be in Miami this weekend, for WordCamp Miami 2013, giving a new, updated talk on Website Security. Come by and say hi if you’re around — If you’re not, no problem, I’ve included my slides below in this post for your reference. My talk is titled Staying of the Website Threats and Becoming One…

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WordCamp San Diego 2013: PressNomics For All

WordCamp San Diego

This was an interesting year for me when it comes to WordCamp San Diego. It was the third one being held in the city and the first in which I was not involved. I have to admit, it was odd but pleasant. I remember a conversation in which someone told me that WordCamp organizers are…

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