Starting March 13, developers on GitHub will be required to enable some form of two-factor authentication for their accounts.
A phishing attack allowed an attacker to steal a Reddit employee's credentials and gain access to some internal company systems last week.
Attackers compromised some customer and employee accounts at Twilio through a text-based phishing campaign.
GitHub will require 2FA for all users who contribute code on the platform by the end of 2023.
The short lifespans and limited budgets of political campaigns adds to the security challenges they face as advanced adversaries target them.