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Other host notes regarding WordPress security

Do I need to be PCI-DSS Compliant?

If you store, process, or transmit cardholder data (as defined in the PCI Security Standards Council’s glossary), yes.

If, however, you are taking payments off-site by using a gateway that uses its own servers to take payments (Stripe, PayPal Payments, etc.) and you are not collecting, transmitting, or processing cardholder data, PCI-DSS is not applicable to you.​ <–MyClinicShop


Additional Security enforced by Robard/Food Sciences Corporation on

  • SSL certificate through LetsEncrypt
  • Google Captcha v.3 for all login and forms
  • Regular updates of WP core, themes, and plugins
  • Regular backups for disaster recovery
  • Siteground Security plugin
  • Wordfence Security plugin
    • Limited login attempts
    • Common hacker usernames blocked (admin, administrator, etc.)
    • Unused usernames automatically blocked
    • Throttling and blocking based on number hits in prescribed period of time
    • Firewall
    • Official repository scan for file deviations in WP core, themes, and plugins
    • Strong passwords enforced