Prevent Your Business’s Social Media Accounts from Being Hacked
Having your social media account hacked is a horrible experience, and you don’t understand the full impact of it until it happens to you.
During 2018, my personal Instagram account was hacked. It took me more than 3 months to go through the whole process of gaining access to it again. I can’t even imagine what it would be like to have your business page hacked, and lose access to all your leads and customer’s data.
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Therefore, I strongly recommend that you follow all the needed security checks that I mention below:
Protecting our and your Security
At RAS Digital Marketing, we are dead serious about security, and have some of the strongest passwords and facial recognition software to help us in protecting all of our data.
To increase the security on your social media pages I recommend the following:
- Change your password to something very strong
- Change your password every 3-6 months.
- Use a password generating online tool to help you
- Make sure that your email passwords are strong, as well as not too easy to guess
- Use two factor authentications on your accounts to increase the security
- When accessing your social media from a web browser, check the URL before you sign in and ensure it’s a secure link
By implementing these security checks, your account will stand a better chance of being secure. Hacker and not too easy for hackers to gain access to your accounts and taking control of your social media.
Note, anything online can be hacked, sometimes you can have all the security measures in place, but as history has shown us, and, in the Facebook Cambridge, Analytical hack, sometimes a hacker can hack the main platform and still expose your account and data.
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