WordPress is one of the most popular platforms for websites, with or without blogs. WordPress is getting better all the time. But thanks to its popularity, WordPress is also a big target for hackers, with 6 million password attack attempts every 16 hours according to an industry leader. That’s why we need the best combination of security, convenience and continuous automatic backups to multiple destinations, on different servers in different geographical locations. I’d like to share my new strategy for mid 2017, which involves 5 layers of security followed by a backup system that automatically sends the data to multiple servers in different geographical locations, and is known to allow fast and reliable restorations. This guide is for WordPress.org (self-hosted) users, not those who use WordPress.com.