Working from home or coffee shops? Internet networks that don't have secure connections can be an easy way in for hackers. Hackers can access your ad account in seconds on these networks, spend thousands of dollars, and steal your data.LEARN MORE
Phishing emails are incredibly common and can be hard to catch. What looks like an alert from Facebook may actually be a threat to your account. When you log in to your account via these emails, you grant access to dangerous bots that can abuse your ad account.LEARN MORE
Do you know who has access to your ad account? Do you update account access settings when your team members change? Unauthorized users can wrongfully update your campaigns and account data causing major issues for your team.LEARN MORE
It's easy to make mistakes when planning your ad campaign. Whether you add an extra zero to your budget or direct the URL to the wrong address, these errors are hard to catch.LEARN MORE
When users accept seemingly harmless permissions on their accounts, you can risk apps gaining access to your data and abusing your ad account.LEARN MORE
Data breaches can place your PII Data in the wrong hands and put your account at risk. Don't compromise your marketing team's audience and campaign data.LEARN MORE
As soon as hackers access your accounts, they can start spending your company's money recklessly. With the number of creative ways to hack an account growing, it's becoming easier to fall into their traps. You wouldn't want scammers getting into your bank account or credit cards and wasting your money, so don't let hackers do it to your ad accounts.
If your clients find out their personal identification data was stolen by hackers, they may lose trust in your company and stop giving you their business. It's important to protect the data that comes into your ad accounts and make sure it's not getting into the hands of the wrong people.
When hackers get into your account, they can easily cause your account to be disabled. Even if they don't cause your account to be disabled, by the time you realize there is an issue you'll have no other option but to stop using that ad account and disable it for future use. Not only does this cause a major headache for your team, it also completely changes your advertising strategy, timeline, and goals.