If you are not familiar with the default settings of your LinkedIn account, you should spend time reviewing your Settings and Privacy
You can configure your settings with various options for your specific needs and preferences
There are over 50 sections in the LinkedIn Security and Privacy section. They all provide benefits, however there are 12 which I strongly recommend everyone adjust to fit their personal needs. Continue reading “Top 12 areas of LinkedIn Security and Privacy”
“Manage security on your LinkedIn Account or else you can get your account Hijacked, not hacked, completely hijacked.” @TLBurriss
There has been a rash of email security attacks lately. The most recent (May 2017) a phishing attack associated with Gmail accounts.
We expect service providers like Google to build and manage systems that keep our data and information secure. However, we have some responsibility for our privacy and security when using online tools as well. Continue reading “Privacy Starts with us Paying Serious Attention”
It’s an important step in managing your Facebook Account and content.
In an effort to correct lots of misleading Facebook Content Privacy statements, please read this information that originated from www.Facebook.com/help.
When posting any content (Status post, link to an article, Picture or Video) use the Audience button on the Status box to control who sees your content.
Beyond the Post Privacy settings – look at your Account Privacy settings as well.