The most prominent of such attacks on Twitters’ Associated Press (AP) account. The aftereffects of such an attack are well known by now.
Over the last few years LinkedIn has become a very popular internet medium for professional networking. There is many a success story which has been attributed to LinkedIn network. Organizations have acknowledged the benefits of LinkedIn in their daily life.
However, so far it has not thought of 2FA to offer an additional layer of security for its members. Of course, LI members can always have the option of LastPass to store their LI passwords.
Apart from professional networking, LinkedIn is become the preferred online website for Recruiters, Job Seekers and Sales Professionals too.
So is it time, for LinkedIn to introduce 2FA (Two Factor Authentication) at least for its premium account holders?
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