As Twitter expands its features and tools, the platform recognizes the need for better security. Paid subscriptions like ticketed Spaces, Twitter Blue, and Tomorrow needs encrypting tools for safer money transfers. All the more, the user account needs to be free from hacking and unauthorized use. As such, Twitter enables security keys for account safety.
Starting today, Twitter users have the option to use a form of two-factor authentication (2FA) to prevent their accounts from being hacked. The platform enables “Security Keys.” It is the strongest 2FA form using FIDO and WebAuthn security standards. Like keys to a house, they lock and unlock access to a Twitter account.
Twitter enables security keys for account safety on 02 July 2021.
Implications for Marketers:
As Twitter enables security keys for account safety, it is creating a more secure environment. As such, marketers can benefit from a safer connection with the Twitter community.