It is important for charities to maintain a level of privacy in order to protect their data and sensitive information from the general public. A recent article for CTXchange highlights some key tips to help maintain your online privacy. We have summarised these below:
- If you don’t want it shared, don’t put it up! Remember the internet can do funny things – a random bug could make private posts public.
- Use high privacy settings. Depending on the social network you can normally choose who you want to be able to view your profile.
- Choose unbreakable passwords. A great password is made up of letters and numbers of varying cases, not your first pet’s name or date of birth. Change passwords regularly to keep out unwanted visitors!
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