“Manage security on your LinkedIn Account or else you can get your account Hijacked, not hacked, completely hijacked.” @TLBurriss
Many would not expect me to say this; “We are responsible for managing our own online security.”
Yes, the social media sites we use have systems and processes in place that help us to manage our security, however we can not allow someone else to be solely responsible for managing our security. We are Responsible. Continue reading “Managing your Social Media Account Security”
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”
Are your Online Accounts Secure?
More and more people are using the internet for lots of stuff beyond email. It has become the biggest connector to lots of important, personal and even confidential content. Continue reading “Are your Online Accounts Secure?”
Be deliberate with your choice of the Primary email address you use on LinkedIn.
There are two settings that some of us adjust on LinkedIn regularly. Continue reading “LinkedIn Adjustable Settings”
The Truth behind Your Facebook Content Privacy
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.
Your Facebook Content Privacy is completely under your control.
Beyond the Post Privacy settings – look at your Account Privacy settings as well.