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Facebook Security Breach

What we know about the Facebook security breach as of Saturday, September 28, 2018.

On Friday, September 28, 2018, Facebook announced that attackers exploited the “View As” feature that allows users to see their Facebook page the way someone else would. The attack affected the personal information of approximately 50 million users.

Facebook has fixed the issue but has not confirmed if the affected accounts were misused or if user information was accessed.

LARGO has taken steps to protect access to our clients by changing our login password which allows us to manage your Facebook Business Page through our account.

LARGO recommends that the owner of your business page change the login password to prevent any unauthorized access. Changing your login will not impact LARGO’s ability to post on your behalf but will safeguard access in case your account was breached.

When changing your password, LARGO recommends at a minimum that you use 16 characters that include a combination of letters (upper and lower case), numbers and characters. If you use the same password for multiple accounts, you should also change those passwords.

Facebook Security Breach – How To Change Your Facebook Password

  1. Login to Facebook
  2. Go to Settings
  3. Go to Security and Login
  4. Type your Old Password
  5. Type your New Password
  6. Type and Confirm Your New Password
  7. Click Save

For an Extra Layer of Security Set Up

  1. Use Two-Factor Authentication
  2. Get Alerts About Unrecognized Login

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LARGO Consulting Services works with security professionals and security companies to establish their personal or business brand as an authoritative voice on social media. Working closely with our clients we develop, implement, manage and promote branding and marketing strategies across multiple social media networks.

Senior Security Consultant Bernard D. Gollotti, CPP is an ASIS International Board-Certified Security Professional with the designation of Certified Protection Professional (CPP) with over thirty-five (35) years real-world experience across multiple market verticals and disciplines.