Social media use is skyrocketing, as people connect with friends and family as shelter-in-place and work-from-home continue. But as we take advantage as these apps, it’s still important to be careful. But people with bad intentions may also be seeing and looking to take advantage of the personal & professional information that you’re posting.

Robert Braun – co-chair of the Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell Cybersecurity and Privacy Group — says it’s important to make “Social Media Hygiene” part of your routine, and to think before you post.

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