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How dangerous is your online footprint? 

• Cybercriminals can exploit your digital footprint – using it for phishing emails to try and gain account access or creating false accounts based on your data.

• Content intended for a private workgroup can spread to a broader circle, potentially disclosing private data or login information.

• Your footprint is relatively permanent, and once the data is public – or even semi-public, as with social media posts – the owner has little control over how others will use it.

• A digital footprint can determine your digital reputation. Customers can check your company’s digital footprint, especially on social media, before making purchase decisions.

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