Jack Mannino, CEO at nVisium, a Falls Church, Virginia-based application security provider, explains, “A security-savvy team would assume that these controls were important and would likely opt to use a strong password as well as MFA to reduce the likelihood of account takeover attacks. However, in the event users of the account opted for convenience over safety, it is not Twitter’s responsibility to force people to pick strong passwords or to actually implement the security features they offer to users. Twitter’s job is to offer a secure platform and strong security features, which they do. If people are unable to convince the President to wear a mask during a pandemic, it’s unlikely they could force him to use a strong password.”

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