Myjh, an online learning platform, says it’s now allowing people to log in to the LinkedIn accounts of its employees, as well as other services like MySpace and MySpace.
Ijh says it uses a variety of security measures, including an “assistant-bot” to help make sure people who sign up for a LinkedIn account are actually someone else.
“As you sign up, we have a set of steps to verify your identity,” said the company’s CEO and co-founder, Mark Johnson.
“We then use that verification to send you a confirmation email.”
But the process is a little more complicated than it sounds.
“You need to make sure that your credentials are valid,” Johnson said.
“Your email address, phone number, and your profile picture are valid, and you need to be able to type them into your Google account.
We use a Google Authenticator for that verification process, and we’ll send that email confirmation to your Google Account.”
The email will then ask for verification codes to enter into the sign-up process, such as a valid code for your social security number, or a code for a password.
“Once you have verified your credentials, you can log into your account, and then we will use the code that you entered in the Google Authentication process to sign you up,” he said.
To make the process as simple as possible, Johnson said he created a Google Business Account login screen for people to follow.
It asks for an email address that’s either valid or linked to a LinkedIn or MySpace account, but also a phone number that can be used to verify identity.
If the phone number matches the email address and password that was used for the LinkedIn or Facebook account, the account will be unlocked and you can sign in.
If you don’t have an email account, then you can still log into LinkedIn or Twitter or Instagram or another service.
Johnson said the service is also using a “trusted-sources” method for logging into an account, so people who are familiar with Google are still able to log into the company.
The service is available in Canada, United States, the United Kingdom and Ireland.
IJh says there’s no way for anyone to access the account of someone who’s been suspended or fired from their job.
“If you’ve been fired, we will not allow you to access your LinkedIn or social media accounts, and if you’ve had a disciplinary action taken against you, we’ll not allow your LinkedIn to access our services,” he added.
IJs CEO Mark Johnson says the company uses security measures to prevent access to LinkedIn and Facebook accounts, but it doesn’t want people to know how to access them.
“Our customers don’t want their friends or family members to know what we do,” he told CBC News.
“I just think we should be upfront and say, ‘If we know you’re a victim of this, please tell us how to stop this.'”
He said it’s not uncommon for people who’ve been suspended to try to access their accounts on LinkedIn and Google.
“Sometimes people will make false claims that they’re the victim of an internal fraud, and that they’ve been terminated from their position,” he explained.
“So, they try to login to both, and they end up using one to get in.”
Johnson noted that it’s also important for people with disabilities to understand how to manage their privacy settings.
“With our accessibility solutions, we’ve got a lot of accessibility tools that will automatically lock your device,” he stressed.
“It’s not really about being able to use one of these tools, it’s about having the privacy controls that are appropriate for the use that’s being made.”