In light of the recent Facebook scandal, more and more Americans are questioning how secure their information is on social media. According to the Pew Research Center, the majority of Americans don’t trust social media sites to keep their personal information safe; they found that 51 percent of respondents are not confident in the ability of social sites to protect their data.
With trust waning, social platforms are implementing features to protect your data. Internet security company Varonis looked at the security blogs of three top social media sites — Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter — to determine what security initiatives they have taken. Take a look at the infographic below to see a comprehensive breakdown of these initiatives, from user-facing security measures to behind-the-scenes implementations.