If you missed WordCamp Austin, you still have a chance to see us. WP Security Lock is heading to WordCamp Nashville this weekend! If you are close by you can still get tickets and join the fun.
Michele will be there presenting on the popular plugin, Jetpack. Jetpack is one of the most popular WordPress plugins and is made by Automattic. A few weeks ago we talked about a critical update that Jetpack did to clear up a possible security threat. To find out more about the update, please click here.
She will also be on the Women of WordPress Panel discussion in the afternoon. This has been a very hot topic within the WordPress community recently. Since the WordPress Summit 2012 touched on the subject, it has brought the discussion out in the limelight. Now, WordCamp Nashville is going to broach the subject. Michele will sit on a panel with WordPressers Liz Fulghum, Beth Downey, Anna Hamil, and D'nelle Dowis. This should be an interesting discussion with a very prestigious panel.
Michele will also be in the Help Desk a part of the morning answering all of your security questions. Michele has an extensive knowledge for beginners in WordPress and will be able to provide information on our services and simple fixes for your WordPress website.
Want more information on WordCamp Nashville?
Tickets are only $20 and the event is being held at the Nashville School of Law. There will be some amazing speakers including Samuel (Otto) Wood who is a Tech Ninja at Audrey Capital and Michael Toppa from WebDevStudios. This year's WordCamp Nashville is a one day event and looks to be a great WordCamp to go to.
There has been rumors that Michele will have some WP Security Lock stickers to pass out to all of the people in attendance. Please make sure you catch her and tell her hello.
As always if you have any questions about WordPress security of if your plugins work together please contact us. WPSecurityLock’s team are experts at finding and fixing malicious code on WordPress sites and plugins. If you think your site has been hacked, we can remove malware. If you need repair services, such as updating plugins like Jetpack or iThemes Security, we offer a full range of WordPress repair services. These services are also included in many of our WordPress monthly security packages, which include site monitoring, plugin updates and provide you with peace of mind.