More people need to take preventive action to avoid hackers and other bad actors.
Twitter’s revelation that only 2.3% of its active users have Two-Factor Authentication is more proof of people leaving themselves unnecessarily vulnerable.
It’s especially true on Twitter, which, as wired.com put it, “suffers account takeover epidemics on a regular basis.”
While Two-Factor Authentication is not a panacea, it does provide a great deal of protection by deterring many hackers.
And incorporate two-step authentication elsewhere, too.