Controlling Your Social Media Data

When it comes to protecting your personal data on social media, each social media provider has a different set of tools to help you do so. Generally, each provider should allow you to view data collection settings under specific tabs within your account, such as ‘account settings’ or ‘privacy preferences’. These settings will allow you to tailor your information for more personalised advertisements, as well as limit microtargeting practices altogether.

To strengthen your privacy settings on each platform, click the links below.

In addition, it is important to always pay attention to what personal data you share on social media through posts and interactions, the provider’s privacy policy and how the social media service is using your data.

Lastly, remember that even if you delete an app from your phone, it doesn’t necessarily delete the personal data it collected. Be sure to contact the app supplier to understand how your data will be used after deletion.

We look to assist businesses in mitigating and insuring against cyber risks – if you would like details of our Cyber/GDPR data breach insurance solution, please just complete your details below.

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- Your company has been in operation for more than 24 months
- USA revenues are less than 25% of the overall revenue
- Revenues from online or automated platforms account for less than 25%
- Revenues from credit card transactions account for less than 25%
- If you handle credit card transactions, you are compliant with the data security standard of PCI (the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard)
- You don’t use SCADA (Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition) or similar process control software
- You have not sustained any losses or has not been subject to any claims in the past 5 years which would be covered under the proposed insurance.
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