Protecting Your Online Reputation

It is a documented fact that the world has become a global village thanks to the World Wide Web. Today, people from all walks of life can interact and connect without ever meeting, eye to eye. With digital platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, it becomes easier for you to make new friends as well as keep the existing ones. With their advanced features, you can even share pictures and videos at your discretion.

 

However, in as much as the world has transformed for the better, there are a group of people always willing to drag the wheels of change behind. Using their technological intellect, they ensure they milk out every single penny you have by holding you hostage with personal information you might have shared or stored on the internet. Thanks to Status Labs, you have a once in a lifetime opportunity to clean house and rebuild your good reputation all over again.

 

Status Labs President, Fisher (https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/darius-fisher-ceo-of-status-labs-contributes-expert-commentary-to-the-book-of-crisis-management-strategies–tactics-by-pr-news-300488099.html), advises internet lovers like you and me always to update account passwords at least four times a year. Apart from doing that, the passwords should be somewhat complicated to prevent hackers from quickly guessing them. Also, Fisher advises that you store details of all updated passwords in a manual catalog that you can then place under lock and key in your home safe.

 

Also, Fisher recommends that you remove all personal data from the internet, including your contact details and all other private information you may never want to leak out in public, for you may never know when you will become a celebrity making yourself a target for unnecessary exploitation. Apart from that, Mr. Fisher beseeches you to update all your account privacy settings such that they prevent other users from having access to most of your privately held information.

 

With Status Labs, you have a once in a lifetime opportunity of salvaging your burn out internet reputation as well as finding protection from potential threats that happen to be out for your blood. For those who cannot stay away from social media, always try to limit the amount of data you post on your portal. Do not give off any personal data including that of your family to strangers, for you might never know who you are dealing with at the end of the day. To be safe, keep changing names, passwords, and even contact information on a regular basis. If you happen to get hacked, consider hiring Status Labs to do the cleanup job on your behalf.