ORLANDO, Fla. — As students return to school this year, social media feeds are lighting up with posts, photos and details about the back-to-school experience.
You’ve no doubt seen them this week – back to school pictures flooding your social media timeline, but whether you are posting pictures of your child or they got their own account and are posting pics of themselves, cybersecurity experts say you should really keep safety in mind.
"It’s a personal preference to say how much do I want to share to the world versus how much do I want to share to friends and family."
Eric Belardo, founder of ProtectX Cyber Solutions says the key to staying safe is simple, “Do not overshare.” Also, be sure to use appropriate privacy settings especially with regards to location.
You can download the picture and see location, geolocation, IP addresses, and even down to the type of camera that you use to take the picture.
Eric is a former CISO and has approximately 30 years of experience in cybersecurity risk management, security operations center management, security architecture (COBIT, TOGAF, DODAF), application security, penetration testing and GRC. Eric Belardo LinkedIn.
ProtectX is a full-service, full-cycle, Business Resilience and Cyber Solutions Company. Not only do they possess the knowledge, but they are passionate about Cyber Security, and Emergency Management.
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