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Facebook Security Presentation Transcript

  • 1. ALL ABOUT FACEBOOK SECURITY
  • 2. Introduction To Facebook Security ID fraudsters target Facebook and other social networking sites to harvest information about you. Here's how we recommend you to set your Facebook privacy options to protect against online identity theft.
  • 3. How to Adjust your Settings? This guide walks you through recommended privacy settings in Facebook and shows you how to set more secure levels of privacy and reduce the chance of becoming a victim of online identity theft.
  • 4. General Security Tips for Facebook
  • 5. Adjust Facebook Privacy Settings to Help Protect Your Identity Unlike some other social networking sites, Facebook provides some powerful options to protect you online — but it's up to you
  • 6. STEP 1 : BE AWARE OF WHAT INFORMATION FACEBOOK RECEIVES ABOUT YOU!
  • 7. What Information does Facebook Receive about You? Facebook receives a number of different types of information about you, including your registration information (for example : name, email address, date of birth and gender). In some cases, you may be able to register using other information, like your telephone number. Besides, Facebook also receives information about what information you wish to share on Facebook (for example : your posts and your comments).
  • 8. What Information does Facebook Receive about You? It also includes the information you choose to share when you take an action (for example : when you add a friend, like a page or website, add a place to your story, use Facebook’s contact importers or indicate you are in a relationship). Your name, profile pictures, cover photos, gender, networks, username and user ID are treated just like information you choose to make public. Your birthday allows Facebook to do things, like show you age-appropriate contents and advertisements.
  • 9. What Information Others Share About You does Facebook Receive? Facebook receives information about you from your friends and others, such as when they upload your contact information, post a photo of you, tag you in a photo or status update, or at a location, or add you to a group. When people use Facebook, they may store and share information about you and others that they have, such as when they upload and manage their invites and contacts.
  • 10. What Other Information Facebook Receives About You? Facebook gets data from their affiliates or advertising partners, customers and other third parties that help them deliver ads, understand online activity, and generally make Facebook better. For example, an advertiser may tell the information about you (like how you responded to an ad on Facebook or on another site) in order to measure the effectiveness and improve the quality of the ads. Facebook also puts together data from the information they already have about you and your friends. For example, Facebook may put together data about you to determine which friends Facebook should show you in your News Feed or suggest you tag in the photos you post. Facebook may put together your current city with location information we have about you to tell you and your friends about people or events nearby. Facebook may also put together data about you to serve you ads that might be more relevant to you.
  • 11. What Other Information Facebook Receives About You? Facebook receives data from the device you use to access Facebook, including when multiple users log in from the same device. This may include your IP address, your internet service, location, the type of browser you use, or the pages you visit. Facebook also receives data whenever you visit a game, application, or website that uses Facebook Platform or visit a site with a Facebook feature. This may include the date and time you visit the site; or the web address you're on; technical information about the browser and the operating system you
  • 12. What Information About You That is Always Publicly Available does Facebook Receive? • • • • • • • • The types of information listed below are always publicly available, and are treated just like information you decide to make public. Name Profile Pictures Cover Photos Timeline Photos Network Gender Username User ID
  • 13. STEP 2 : THINK CAREFULLY ABOUT WHO YOU ALLOW TO BECOME AS YOUR FRIEND!
  • 14. Once you have accepted someone as your friend, they will be able to access ANY INFORMATION about you (including photos) that you have marked as viewable by your friends. You can remove friends at any time if you change your mind about someone.
  • 15. STEP 3 : USE “ACQUAINTANCES”, SLIM DOWN YOUR PROFILE
  • 16. You can choose to make people 'acquaintances' who only have access to a slimmed-down version of your profile if you wish. This can be useful if you have associates who you do not wish to give close friend status to, or feel uncomfortable sharing personal information with.
  • 17. STEP 4 : DISABLE OPTIONS AND OPEN THEM ONE BY ONE
  • 18. Think about how you want to use Facebook. If it's only to keep in touch with people and be able to contact them then maybe it's better to turn off the bells and whistles. It makes a lot of sense to disable an option until you have decided you do want and need it, rather than start with everything accessible.
  • 19. That’s All From Us Thanks For Watching 