Security company Kaspersky strongly advises everyone to change the password for their LinkedIn account and, if you haven’t already done so, activate two-factor authentication (2FA).
Kaspersky posted the security advise yesterday on their blog after a hacker advertised with 117 million logins and passwords. The data was stolen years ago, in 2012. The number on offer is much larger than previously thought.
Kaspersky’s tips you can do, right now, to ensure that your LinkedIn account is kept safe:
Companies are always looking for the best way to reach their consumers and the rise of mobile technology offers them new opportunities to achieve this goal.
In addition to various messaging services, the platform also provides solutions for calling through SIP trunking, payment options for companies like Autocollect and online identification solutions such as two-factor authentication(2FA).
We offer a hybrid solution for companies to reach their target audience, anytime and anywhere.
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