13 Jun


Joomla Security Webinar – video and slides available

Joomla Security & Akeeba Backup Webinar

After the success of our first webinar series on Joomla speed and SEO, we received numerous requests to organize sessions about Joomla security – extremely hot topic, especially after the recent spike of hack attempts. We didn’t wait long and partnered with our good friend Nicholas Dionysopoulos from Akeeba Backups for our second webinar series on Joomla security and backups.

Secrets to a Hack-Proof Joomla Revealed – Video and Slides

Our first webinar from the series was yesterday and we’ve got more than 1000 people register! Daniel – our Joomla performance guru shared so many interesting tips and tricks on protecting Joomla from getting hacked that the demand for video and slides was amazing. So here they are:

Webinar video:

Webinar slides:

Akeeba Backups Webinar – Next Week

Nicholas Dionysopoulos, Akeeba Backup owner and lead developer, will provide hands on live demo on how to use and setup Akeeba in our second webinar next week. Mark your calendars for June 19, 4pm EDT and register today.

Have a topic in mind that you’d like us to cover? Speak up in the comments below!

Author: Tina Kesova

SG Events Ninja

I must be very lucky - I love everything about SiteGround and I love traveling. So I travel the world to spread the SiteGround love, meet new people and share the experience with all of you. If you happen to see me at any conference, make sure to stop by say hi and share a drink with me :)

Comments (16):

  1. mixmac says:

    Hi Tina,

    Thanks for the great work and the really helpful webinars you organize.
    Could you tell me why you chose not to allow downloading of the slides from the Slideshare website?

    Thanks in advance,

    • Tina says:

      Hey, glad to hear you like them. The slides are now downloadable – apologies for that, oversight on our end.


  2. Vince says:

    Sorry, where exactly is the link to download the slides?

    • Tina says:

      Vince, you can download the presentation from this link http://is.gd/nmRPti -> Save option . Hope this helps!

      • Vince says:

        This must be a joke!
        The link takes me to yet another page with no option for download…
        Surely a web hosting company would know how to place a “Download” link, right?

  3. Henry says:

    Thanx so much for the slides and the recording,

  4. Tina says:

    @Vince – this is really weird. The link I provided should send you to SlideShare website where we have uploaded the presentation. There is a Save option that you should use to get the slides. Check this screenshot: http://clip2net.com/s/5eaCDP

    @Henry – welcome anytime, glad it’s useful for you!

  5. Vince says:

    I don’t know what’s the idea behind obscuring a simple pdf file to such extend but at list going around looking to download the file I’ve learned that you are all Bulgarians!
    Pozdravlenia za bisnesa no sam razocharovan ot izpalnenieto!

    Blagodaria vse pak.

    • Tina says:

      Yes, indeed we’re Bulgarians. Despite the difficulties you experience with the download, I still hope you enjoyed the webinar and found the information useful!


      • Vince says:

        The webinar was very good and informative, I am look forward to ask Nikos from Akeeba a ton of questions next week.

        P.S. I have just spend an hour to clean over 13000 security exceptions on a clients website that is two months old!

      • julio says:

        hello Tina, What about the Encrypt configuration Component that uses RSA to encrypt passwords? can it be useful?

      • Daniel Kanchev says:

        Hello julio,

        The “Encrypt Configuration” extension is an alternative to SSL. It is very useful and we encourage you to install it if you don’t have a private SSL installed for your site. However, please keep in mind that this extension encrypts only the HTTP traffic. If you’re using local FTP/email clients the passwords for your mail/FTP accounts will not be encrypted. That is why the ultimate solution is to also use SSL/TLS for all types of connections – FTP, Email, HTTP, etc.

  6. Vince says:

    … btw I only know about the attacks thanks to Akeeba Tools Pro and if it was’nt for the akeeba’s “Two-Factor Authentication” I would probably be hacked a 13000 times!

    If Nikos reads this: Doxa o teos gia ton Niko :-)

  7. julio says:

    hello Vince, What about the Encrypt configuration Component that uses RSA to encrypt passwords? can it be useful?

  8. Ethelyn Holmes says:

    I had extreme technical difficulties with today’s webinar (12/11/13)and couldn’t see it. Is it going to be archived and made available for future viewing? If so, where can I access it?

    Thanks much!

  9. Tina says:

    Hey Ethelyn,

    Sorry to hear you couldn’t join us for the webinar today. You can view the recorded version of the webinar here: http://vimeo.com/81713239