#LinkedIn’s 2 step verification

Your LinkedIn profile chronicles your reputation and your brand.  Why take unnecessary risks that someone can crack into it?

Use LinkedIn’s two-step verification to lock down the devices that are authorized to make changes to your profile. They’ll notify you by email whenever someone tries to sign in to your account using a new device they don’t recognize as yours. You can then immediately change your password as a precaution. It’s just smart to be protected these days.

Here’s how to turn this on:





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LinkedIn coach and evangelist, having a great time pursuing my passion of connecting professionals so they can collaborate more!
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