‘How To’ Guides

FACEBOOK MINIMUM SECURITY SETTINGS

GENERAL Outlined below are the minimum recommended security settings which should be applied to a Facebook account, without adversely affecting the functionality of the account. STEP 1 Log into Facebook. STEP 2 Click on the Settings icon (Step 2.1) and select Privacy Settings option (Step 2.2).   STEP 3 The Privacy Settings and Tools screen

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LINKED-IN SECURITY SETTINGS

GENERAL Outlined below are the minimum recommended security settings which should be applied to a Linked-In account, without affecting the functionality of the account. STEP 1 Log in to your Linked In profile. STEP 2 Place curser over your small profile picture (Step 2.1) and select Privacy & Settings option (Step 2.2). After Step 2.2,

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Is Data Protection On Your Radar?

  At the beginning of the year it was reported that the Australian Border Agency made the personal details of almost 10,000 asylum seekers held in detention publically accessible; names, dates of birth and other personally identifiable information was released, which could have serious implications for those seeking asylum.  In the UK it was also

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Keeping up with technology: are you operating in the digital dark ages and behind the times?

Organisations are constantly changing the ways we as individuals work with, share, store and exploit information, therefore their security policies must be updated continually to remain effective. Organisational information security needs to be focused, creative and agile to ensure it is able to keep up with the moving business landscape. An organisation needs to consider

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Are you Protecting your Smartphone?

The number of people accessing the Internet on their phones, who do not have access to computers, is increasing. Roughly half of Asia (43%) and Africa (56%) mobile internet users do not have a computer; in the UK it’s 1 in 5. [1] Our dependence on mobile internet to navigate, communicate and express ourselves is

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