Twitter will begin nudging high-profile political accounts to increase their login security in front of the 2020 US political election.
In a blog entry, the organization declared a select group of Congress members, government authorities, media sources, and even individual journalists will before long begin receiving notifications, inciting them to strengthen their password if necessary and activate two-factor verification.
“Starting today, these accounts will be informed via an in-app notification from Twitter of some of the initial account security measures we will be requiring or strongly recommending going forward,” the organization said in an announcement.
“While we’re requiring some accounts do this given the unique sensitivities of the election period.”
Twitter repeats the safety efforts it’s pushing to high-profile security are now accessible to anybody on the stage, so in case you’re stressed over being a target, you can likewise take benefit of these highlights.
On the off chance that the increased safety efforts miss the mark, however, Twitter is likewise effectively chipping away at improving the account recovery measure with new highlights to react quickly to dubious activity and sped up recovery support to guarantee issues are settled promptly.
The news comes two months after Twitter endured the greatest hack in its history, with various high-profile individuals affected, including Tesla’s Elon Musk and 2020 US presidential applicant Joe Biden and previous commander-in-chief Barack Obama.