November 29, 2015

Twitter User? New Guide Offers Excellent Advice About Making Twitter Accounts as Secure as Possible

We love pointing to the work of Martin Brinkmann on infoDOCKET.

His reference guides are always succinct, easy for all to understand, and loaded with tons of useful tips, tools, and suggestions.

Today, Brinkmann has posted, “The Ultimate Guide to Securing Your Twitter Account” on his gHacks blog.

It goes without saying that helping others understand the importance of securing their online accounts is essential and becomes more essential as each day passes. Prevention is well worth the time and effort.

Yes, of course, nothing is 100% secure but doing what you can before it’s too late is a must and part of what it means to be digitally literate.

Again, kudos to Martin Brinkmann.

Direct to: “The Ultimate Guide to Securing Your Twitter Account (via gHacks)

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