WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems (CMS) in the world. More than 60% of all websites use it as a CMS. This means that it is the first choice for businesses that need to create a website for their company or organization. It is also the ideal choice for bloggers who want an easy way to publish and manage their blog posts from anywhere with internet access.
However, because WordPress is so popular, it has also attracted malicious users who try to hack websites running it in order to steal user data or inject malware. And since malicious users are always looking for new ways to break into WordPress sites, many WordPress website owners want to protect their websites from hackers, especially businesses that are more likely than others to be targeted by cybercriminals.