By now we all know that hacking is no joke. Your identity can be taken in a matter of seconds-- and with it, all your personal and financial information. A corporate cyber attack can be devastating but large corporations usually have their own security teams to help get their systems back online. Review this checklist to decide whether your passwords are strong enough to keep out hackers.
TeamPassword was first developed to solve a personal problem: an unorganized, outdated spreadsheet and too many sticky notes for any sane person to keep track of. We badly needed a password manager that would address the specific issues we were facing: how to safely and easily share passwords between collaborative teams. The evolution of this product has taken five years and continues to grow and change in order to meet the needs of our users.
With our passion for tech and high growth companies, we hope that you see us as more than "that password management company that saves the words and numbers you can't remember." Below are some of our favorite articles you might have missed over the past weeks and month.
We all have bad habits--letting emails pile up in the inbox, getting fast food for lunch, leaving dishes in the sink. We all do it. The typical bad habit isn't normally a big deal, but when it comes to managing your passwords, getting into a bad pattern can cost you serious time and money. We all know the hassle of forgetting a password and having to reset it, but that's nothing compared what you'll go through if your accounts are compromised because you managed your passwords poorly.
Our team has worked tirelessly on improving the performance of our product, and though you may not be able to see the improvements, you'll feel them, especially if you're one of our customers with lots of logins and users.