Security of information for users is the top priority that we are entrusted with at Facebook. Here are some tips to Secure Facebook account. Our team members work round all hours to identify and stop fraud, Secure Facebook Account information, and ensure our systems are safe. We invest in identifying the root of security concerns. There are some things you can do to safeguard your account and Page.
We’ve put together some security guidelines to help you identify suspicious activity or requests and keep your account and your Facebook Page secure. Also, since your business Page is linked directly to the personal account on Facebook, it’s crucial to Secure Facebook Accounts.
1. Secure Facebook Account account by using an extremely secure password and two-factor authentication
Select a unique and Secure Facebook Account password that is unique and secure. Do not include your name, your phone number or email, or commonly used words. Never use your Facebook password for other sites online. Never give your password out to others.
To ensure that your account to Secure Facebook Account, we suggest enabling two-factor authentication for yourself and ensuring the security of other employees of your company. After you’ve implemented this additional security layer, We’ll require you to enter a code or verify your login attempts every time someone attempts to access your Facebook account via the internet or a mobile device that we do not recognize. We suggest that you join our notifications when someone tries to log into your account using an unidentified device.
Check out the Facebook Help Center to learn more about how to set up two-factor security. You can also be alerted when logins are not recognized.
Make sure you are familiar with the various Page roles available and the rights they are granted. We suggest regularly reviewing the admin access granted to your Page’s settings and when you connect your Page to Business Managers, make sure you are aware of the permissions you grant. It is also recommended to have multiple admins for your Page to ensure that if you have to lose your access to the Page, someone you trust will help keep the Page functioning and help you get back on track.
3. Do not accept friend requests from people you don’t even know
Scammers could create fake accounts as a way to influence and recruit friends. Accepting requests from scammers can result in spam being displayed on your timeline and then shared with your contacts. Scammers could also include your posts in their posts and may send out malicious messages to your contacts. Therefore, we recommend not to accept requests for friends from friends you trust and are familiar with. Don’t give Business Manager permissions to Pages that you don’t recognize. You can report suspicious Business Manager requests for permission here.
Be on the lookout for suspicious links, particularly if they’re from individuals whom you don’t know or trust. Be wary of clicking on links that look suspicious, open suspicious files, or install malware-related applications or browser extensions, even when they appear to be from a friend or business you are familiar with.
This is true for hyperlinks that appear on Facebook and private messages, and even in emails. Remember that Facebook does not ever ask to enter your password into an email. You can verify whether the email that claims to come to Facebook from Facebook is genuine by looking through recent emails that we’ve sent through your Security and Login Settings here. If you find any message or post that attempts to trick you into sharing your details, Please notify Facebook.
To prevent infecting your device or network of computers, you must know the warning signs of malware and the ways to Secure Facebook Account and your devices from infection. Also, make sure you keep your devices, internet browsers and apps up-to-date and remove any suspicious programs or browser extensions.
5. Create reliable contacts to Secure Facebook Account
To help you gain access to your account and, later, your Page if you get locked out, allow your friends to become ones you trust to contact. They’ll be able to send you a recovery code along with an URL that will help you gain access to your account.
If you believe your account may have been affected in some way, go to facebook.com/hacked to seek help as well as the Help Center for help with your security on your Page. You can also go to the Privacy Basics to find more ways to improve your account’s security and find out more about the security measures that we offer.