Why Two Factor Authentication Should be a Part of Your Security Plans for 2013

Cyber security heats up this week at the RSA Conference with more than 20,000 people in San Francisco discussing President Obama’s recent executive order, the growing number of password hacks and how to protect your business against them. Twilio will be there too talking two-factor authentication, and the pros and cons of phone-based token delivery, aka out of band communication. We believe the phone should be… Read More

Two-Factor Authentication ASP.NET MVC 4 Registration with Twilio SMS

This is a guest post by Long Le, a .NET Enterprise Architect and Solutions Architect at Computer Sciences Corporation. Originally posted on Long’s personal blog found here, Long is an avid blogger and a serious Modern Warfare 3 Gamer. Make sure to follow his code and gaming conversations on Twitter @LeLong37. Some sites such as live.com, gmail.com will require a multi-step registration and/or forgot password workflows… Read More

The Key to Phone Verification is a Good User Experience

At Twilio, it’s an article of faith that phones have an increasingly central place in our lives. This means it’s also increasingly important that all the numbers we use are accurate and up to date. One way to do this is to use Twilio for phone verification.We asked our customers to share stories about how they are doing this. Below is an account from Patrick McKenzie,… Read More

Introducing Status Callback for Caller ID Verification Calls

Today we’re happy to announce the release of a small and useful feature: status callbacks for caller ID verification calls. This allows your application be notified when a verification call succeeds or fails so you can notify your users without having to poll the REST API. To use this new feature, make a POST request to the OutgoingCallerIds list resource and optionally include a  StatusCallback parameter to indicate… Read More