WhatsApp, the messaging app, has recently unveiled a new global Security Centre. The main purpose of this page is to provide visitors with a one-stop shop where they can learn more about how to protect themselves from spammers, scammers, and fraudsters, as well as unwanted contacts.
This page was created to keep spammers and undesirable contacts at bay. The WhatsApp Security Centre page will raise awareness about various safety precautions. It will also include information on built-in product features that can assist users in taking charge of their safety, as well as further information on “behind-the-scenes” technologies.
The capabilities highlighted in the WhatsApp Security Centre, according to Meta-owned WhatsApp, are just some of the measures to keep users safe and secure. It informs consumers about the various levels of privacy offered by the messaging platform. It also includes some pointers for giving users more control over their WhatsApp accounts. They are as follows:
Two-step verification: To prevent account takeovers and add another degree of account protection.
Scams: Learn how to spot typical scams and what to do if you receive an unwelcome communication, including our block and report options.
Official WhatsApp: Learn how to avoid counterfeit WhatsApp versions that endanger your privacy and security.
Group controls: Reminders to review your settings for who sees what.
The Security Centre page will be available in English as well as ten other Indian languages, including Punjabi, Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi, and Gujarati.