If you've logged into Facebook recently, you may have seen a notification in your newsfeed to visit their Security for Facebook page.
It's good to know that Facebook are taking steps towards making the network a safer place to share and spend time. They have hundreds of people working full time on security, and in particular, removing scams.
From the latest Facebook Security video, here are their three top tips:
It's simple, if it's too good to be true, it probably is. A lot of scams on Facebook promise free products. A large part of Facebook cracking down on scams relies on people flagging scams for the security team, so if you see a scam or suspect a scam, report it.
The recent LinkedIn security breach saw 6.46 million passwords being leaked. While it makes a great case for making sure you're using unique passwords for each of your online accounts, an infographic of the Top 30 leaked passwords show that people are still using passwords such as "12345" and "work" to secure their accounts.
If you're willing to add your mobile to your Facebook account, you can use it as an extra level of security. Facebook can send you an SMS if you forget your password.
Here are some of our top Facebook Security picks from the Facebook Help Centre: