If you’ve read about Facebook Protect, saw it on the news, or received an email from Facebook like the one pictured here, it’s legit.
It’s a matter of time before you will get a notice from Facebook to enable Facebook Protect. It’s a newer initiative that Facebook is rolling out to people who are administrators of Facebook Business Pages and/or run any type of boosted posts or paid ads.
Once you receive the notification from Facebook, you do not have an option. You’ll be required to enable Facebook Protect. It basically checks that you have a phone in your account, that your password is secure, and that two-factor authentication is set up correctly. It’s very simple and quick if you’re ready. In order to be ready, enable two-factor authentication. It’s very simple to do, just follow this guide on getting two-factor authentication set-up and you’ll be ready.
Remember, it’s a good thing that Facebook wants to take measures to keep your account more secure.
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