Twitter Hacking Hits High-Profile Accounts On Back-To-Back Days; Time For Twitter To Act

Recently Twitter has been the target of cyberhacking.  They are not the first nor will they be the last company to be hacked, but they are getting the negative publicity as they do not seem to be taking necessary precautions such as more security measures for users when signing into their accounts.  For instance, Facebook and Google already have these measures in place and we do not hear about these companies being hacked.

Click here to read Craig Kanalley’s full article in the Huffington Post and find out why Twitter should make specific adjustments.

 

Posted By:

Iñaki O.

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One thought on “Twitter Hacking Hits High-Profile Accounts On Back-To-Back Days; Time For Twitter To Act

  1. I think it’s interesting that twitter hasn’t issued a response statement to the hacking issue yet. In my opinion it’s the company’s responsibility to issue some kind of apology, even if it isn’t the company’s fault. I think it’s a bad reflection on the company not to reassure their customers and acknowledge that they are aware of the issue. From what I’ve learned from a marketing class that I took, is that by not taking responsibility they are hurting their company and sooner or later people will turn to a more responsible company. Hacking is a scary issue!

    Christina

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