1. Keep your software updated: Make sure you are running the latest version of WooCommerce, as well as any plugins and themes you have installed. Updates often include security patches that can help protect your site from vulnerabilities.

2. Use strong passwords: Choose a unique, complex password for your WooCommerce admin and FTP accounts. Avoid using common passwords or ones that are easily guessable.

3. Enable two-factor authentication: Use a plugin or service that adds an extra layer of security to your login process, such as requiring a code sent to your phone in addition to your password.

4. Limit login attempts: Install a plugin that can limit the number of login attempts allowed per IP address. This can help protect against brute force attacks.

5. Use a secure hosting provider: Choose a hosting provider that takes security seriously and has measures in place to protect your website, such as firewalls and regular backups.

6. Use a SSL certificate: Secure your website with an SSL certificate to encrypt data transmitted between your customers and your website, such as login credentials and payment information.

7. Monitor your website for malware: Regularly scan your website for malware using a security plugin or service. This can help detect and remove any malicious code that may have been injected.

8. Only install trusted plugins and themes: Be cautious when installing plugins and themes from unknown or untrusted sources. Stick to reputable marketplaces and developers.

9. Keep backups of your website: Regularly backup your website files and database so that you can easily restore your website in case of a security incident or data loss.

10. Educate yourself and your team: Stay updated on the latest security best practices and educate yourself and your team on how to protect your website from common threats.