So, I'm a jack of all trades Marketing Manager of a small removals company in Scotland. I re-designed the current website back in 2017 working with the existing web design company. It's a wordpress site, based off a popular theme that we bought and customised. I've got full control over the website and have added several plug-ins over the years to improve the website functionality. I use Yoast SEO regularly, and I've seen measurable success with it. I won't get into too much detail here, but I've got several googlesheets that link up with my analytics so I can track website usage, conversions, sources etc. When I started we had 1k visitors a month and we're now up to 5k a month. With just last week having 100 online enquries, and having to turn away work as we're fully booked. Anyway, the web design company phoned me today and informed me they're moving away from all wordpress sites due to continued attacks on these types of sites. They said they're going to rebuild the site with their own code, but I will no longer have full access to the site, and will need to submit any changes to them. So I guess I'm looking for options and opinions. 1) Should I let them redo the site in their code and hope the SEO doesn't get screwed up and waste my hard work over the past 3 years? They said they can't embed images in news post? 2) Move the site to another server we rent from someone like 1&1, but then if it falls over it's my fault, I can't fall back to the website company and blame them. 3) Or make a new site in another langauge that doesn't have the security flaws that wordpress does?