Phnom Penh, 15 April 2020: As more and more people are required to work from home and use software as well as many different social networks to work effectively, it's important to Protecting yourself against cyber-scams and other scams related to the Kovirus-19 virus.

To help users stay safe while working from home, or keep in touch with friends and family, Facebook will share four key tips to keep you online. Security.

1) Protect your password
You will need to use a different password for each of your online accounts. Your Facebook account password must be different from any other account password. Your password should be easy to guess and complicated, so don't use your password or password.

You must not share or share your login information with anyone.

To learn more about password security and how to create the most secure password, Facebook has created a program called the "Privacy Checkup Tool".

2) Enable notifications when login or login alerts
Another way to make your Facebook account even more secure is by enabling notifications when someone else tries to sign in to your account using a strange device or browser you've never used.

These notifications are enabled in the Privacy Checkup tool mentioned above.

Updating email addresses and phone numbers can help ensure that account holders can still log in to their accounts even if they forget their password.

3) Check your account activity
Keeping track of where and when you are logged into your Facebook and Instagram accounts, and the history of hours spent online on never-before-used devices are equally as important and you can monitor that. Through the Security Settings dialog box.

Instagram users should consider adding an extra layer of security to their account by using two-factor authentication or two-factor authentication, an additional security code when trying to access a device New, never used.

4) Be very careful about scams and other scams

Online scammers may try to trick you by posting information about the Corona virus or other global pandemic threats, so it is important that you do not click on links or links to websites. That should be suspicious and must report suspicious messages trying to get your personal information.

After all, you can easily confirm that emails and messages are sent directly from Facebook just by checking whether those messages were sent from Check your recent email in the Security and Login Settings dialog box. Instagram also uses the same method to check those points. Please note that Facebook will not ask for or request your password by email.

To avoid scams, you have to be very careful about people requesting money from you, whom you don't know, or requests from anyone who claims to be your friend or relative. In any danger.