30 episodes

Mark Maunder co-founded Wordfence in 2011 after his WordPress site was hacked and he learned how hard it was to clean and secure. Today the team has grown to over 35 members world-wide and Wordfence protects over 3 million WordPress sites. Join Mark as he and his colleague Kathy Zant cover interesting topics related to WordPress, security and innovation. Episodes alternate between security news and interviews with innovators from WordPress and information security communities.

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    • 4.8, 12 Ratings

Mark Maunder co-founded Wordfence in 2011 after his WordPress site was hacked and he learned how hard it was to clean and secure. Today the team has grown to over 35 members world-wide and Wordfence protects over 3 million WordPress sites. Join Mark as he and his colleague Kathy Zant cover interesting topics related to WordPress, security and innovation. Episodes alternate between security news and interviews with innovators from WordPress and information security communities.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

saburnsjax ,

Just enough geek, just enough intrigue, just enough business

I’ve been listening since episode 1 and have really been enjoying it... and they are really hitting their stride (especially after episode 21 when Mark declared the podcast ‘of legal drinnng age’ LOL 😂 ) Technical discussion of risks and breaches. Storied discussion of real impacts to real people and real businesses. Practical discussion of actions to take and/or what to watch for. Real conversations with experts in the field and real business owners.

Micah Dailey ,

Such a great show!!

I love this podcast. It's super interesting and super informative, with a great format. Keep up the great work, Wordfence crew!

jbroughton90 ,

Very informative

I really enjoy listening to this podcast to keep up on the latest security news in the WordPress space. My only comment so far (after listening to all 20 episodes to date), is that some of the audio levels between different speakers can vary a lot, resulting in me having to constantly change the volume in my car so that I can hear, or not be deafened.

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