Thoughts from our CTO Dan Ingevaldson in Wired, on the Twitter breach and new SEC rules, and what that means for security...

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As social media becomes an increasingly mainstream method of trusted communication, how can companies such as Twitter strike a balance between ease of use, and the need for greater security? How will users react when asked to adopt additional security related processes?

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