Do you know who might be watching you while you are innocently surfing around on LinkedIn enjoying all the wonderful benefits of the site? Hackers, identity thieves, snooping media types, competitors, even your fellow colleagues and coworkers can collect all kinds of information about you and your business that can be easily used to cause you all kinds of harm. And unless you have already taken ...
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ntrol what others can see about on LinkedIn, that may be happening to you right now.Do you know where you are vulnerable and how to protect yourself?If you don’t this book is for you.I’m Viveka Von Rosen, and I am known as “The LinkedIn Expert”. I have been featured in Forbes Magazine, Mashable, and many other national publications as one of the top marketers on LinkedIn specializing in helping people from all types of businesses and organizations use LinkedIn to grow their businesses and achieve high levels of success.LinkedIn safety and security is not my favorite subject, not by a long shot, and I get it you don’t want to deal with it because frankly, neither do I. But internet safety and security is just too much of an important subject to ignore anymore. 450 million people last year got stung by some form of internet theft or attack. Simply put, if you don’t protect yourself you will get burned. From identities being stolen, personal information being used against people to business secrets getting into the wrong hands causing good people grief for no reason, the number of ways you can feel the sting is growing all the time.That’s why I wrote this book.The good news is learning about how to be safe on LinkedIn won’t take a lot of your time. In my book I sort through all the stuff you don’t need and focus on the few settings and other important items that you do need so you can quickly button up your LinkedIn safety and security profile to be sure no unwarranted harm comes your way just from using the site.In this book you will learn simple, actionable steps you can take today to be sure you are safe on LinkedIn.Steps like:•Knowing how to adjust your activity feeds to be sure only people you want see your personal and professional information•How to safely join Groups so that others don’t “spy” on your activities and use that information against you•Knowing how competitors can see your private business activities and gain the upper hand against you and your company and how to avoid those circumstances•The critical setting you need to be aware of that will enable you to keep LinkedIn from publishing bad press about you or your business•Knowing how to determine if people are actively trying to hack into your computer to steal information, especially if you using LinkedIn an unfamiliar locale, and what steps to take immediately to protect yourself•What information other users can see about you when they look you up on LinkedIn and how to control what they see•Knowing when it’s safe to have your profile photo up and when it’s a good time to take it down.•How to tell what information about you others see in Google searches and how to control that information•How to determine if someone has launched a phishing attack against you and what to do about it•The latest in password protection protocols including Two Factor Authorization and how you can activate that on your LinkedIn accountAnd much more…This is not an exciting book. It’s a necessary one. What is exciting is to learn you’ve been hacked or attacked, but that’s not the kind of excitement you want.LinkedIn users share more personal and professional information about themselves combined than users of any other social site by a good margin. There is just so much information about you and your business on LinkedIn to steal and use against you its simply bad business to not take a few minutes to learn how to protect yourself.