#ProTECH101 Part 3: Sharing information online


If you’ve been following my Globe #ProTech posts, Part 1 and 2 centralized on the risks of disseminating personal information to the public, strengthening passcodes and securing accounts by disabling the autofill feature decreasing the risks of hacking and online fraud.

This time, #ProTech Part 3 focuses on online sharing discrepancieswhat information we should avoid and what is safe for public sharing. Information such as birthdates, education and current location are things we should avoid sharing to decrease the chances of identity fraud and other online crimes. Make sure you are hack-proof by visiting your social media accounts and making sure that your posts are only viewable by your friends or selected people! #ProTech101


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