Think about your Facebook page, or Instagram, or LinkedIn or other social media you find yourself on most often. Perhaps you don’t use social media, but do you have a spouse, child, relative or friend who does? There is a good chance you make an appearance on a social media site in some capacity.

Consider all the personal information contained on your profile page. Your name, city, perhaps place of work, alma mater, family members, interests, pictures, even phone numbers or addresses. This information is a fast-track to steal your identity or attempt to gain your trust through personal details.

As we continue to focus on cybersecurity during National Cyber Security Month, BBB encourages you to start with the following tips on social media:

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