A team member recently shared this article from zdnet.com that discusses some key ways to secure your Facebook account. Included are some guidelines for your iPad and iPod Touch. In another recent article published in our blog we shared some of the updated privacy settings just instated by Facebook – feel free to check out that article for reference as well.
Give it a read, and add in your own advice!
And as always, be sure to visit zdnet.com’s website to read the full article there!
The Definitive Facebook Lockdown Guide
By Zack Whittaker | June 23, 2011, 4:39pm PDT
Summary: June 2011 edition of The Definitive Facebook Lockdown Guide. Helping you to protect your privacy, your social network security and to manage your network safely.
It is that time of year again. Before you set off on your summer vacations, festivals and whatnot, take ten minutes out of your day to secure your Facebook account.
The last Facebook Lockdown Guide in January has been deprecated, and many more changes have occurred. Thankfully, on the most part, settings you have changed since then have been vastly kept the same.
Still, it doesn’t hurt to check — does it?
For my 900th post for ZDNet, find four updated guides, each focusing on an intrinsic part of Facebook’s privacy and security features, allowing you to work your way through with step by step help in each area.
Updated: Updated guide with all your profile securing tools at your disposal. Also included is a new photo album views and some general Facebook tweaks to keep your pages secure.
Updated: All the stuff you had before, with added support for encrypted Facebook browsing, updated advertising settings and more support for mobile devices.
Updated: All of the settings you need to secure your Facebook privacy, and now added support for the iPhone and iPod touch devices.
Updated: How to secure your miscellaneous Facebook bits, including instant personalization and how to disable facial recognition features rolled out last month.