I don't know about you, but I researched to find out what others were doing to keep their blog secure, and when I first secured my WordPress site, I found so much information that I was completely confused. And some of the data was actually on the top or superstitious. People told me rename this folder, to rename this file and set up these ten plugins. It appeared to be a lot of energy and work.
Cloning your website is another degree in secure your wordpress site which can be useful. Cloning simply means that you've backed up your website to a completely different place, (offline, as in a folder, so as not to have SEO issues ) where you can get it in a moment's notice if the need arises.
Also, don't make the mistake of believing that your web host will have your back as far as WordPress backups go. Not always. While they say that they do, it's been my experience that the hosting company may or have a peek at this site may not be doing proper backups. Why take that kind of chance?
Recently, the blog of Reuters was murdered by an unknown hacker and published a news article. Since Reuters is a news site, their reputation is already ruined because of what the hacker did. The same thing may happen to you in the event you do not pay attention.
If you're not currently running the latest version of WordPress, upgrade now. Like maintaining your door unlocked when you leave for vacation leaving your site in an old version is.
Of course you can install more plugins to make your shop more user friendly like share buttons or automated plugin. That's all. Your shop is up and running!