"Social media hack": these words have become synonymous with embarrassing front-page news stories featuring major companies and figures who have fallen victim to misuse of their designated community channels. As social media has risen in popularity, hackers have realized that it's a ripe target.
Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and the other social networks have tools in place to detect and defend against direct hacking attempts. The most common methods hackers use to gain access to your accounts is indirectly through poorly maintained passwords, authorized users, and compromised applications.
Explore this whitepaper to learn about:
- Steps to dramatically reduce your risk of a security threat, hack, and employee misuse of your accounts
- How to secure your social media accounts
- How to stop an account hack