When I first started working with WordPress five years ago, there was a lot of resistance to the CMS from clients. The main pushback I got was around security: They had heard rumours that WordPress wasn’t inherently secure and were worried about using it for their business site.
By that time, WordPress was fast becoming the world’s most popular CMS and taking security very seriously. I was able to reassure my clients that what they’d heard was a hangover from WordPress’ days as a blogging platform and that it was now being used to power sites for organisations like government and media for which security was a serious concern, and that it was now a very secure and stable platform on which to put their small business site.
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