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Twitter CEO Costolo said last month that "user growth drives everything" at the social-media company. Twitter has been expanding outside the U.S. and offering advertising tools to attract marketers as it prepares to become a public offering, possibly in 2014.

"Twitter is one of the most important social media platforms and a crucial part of a company’s business and communications," Fiterman said. "Criminals, hackers and other types of threat actors will follow what gives them the greatest reach and most successful outcome."

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