Is it Safe to Save my Credit Card Online?

Wannacry, ransomware, and phishing may sound like menacing robots, but they’re actually the latest series of cyber threats hounding the online community. Digital security has become a talking point for many organizations, which continue to spend millions on beefing up their cyber defenses. It doesn’t help that malicious parties are ...

Password Best Practices: What Makes a Password Strong?

Passwords are something nearly all of us use on a daily basis. Whether we’re logging into our computers, email accounts, social media accounts, or bank accounts; passwords are used to “secure” our online lives and that of the companies we work for or run. I feel safe in saying that passwords aren’t exactly the MOST secure way to protect these assets, but the eliminating passwords for some other method of authentication (like biometrics, for example) is pretty far off from being widely accepted and used. So, given this reality, it’s vital to the security interests of our businesses and to our ourselves that we choose strong passwords whenever possible. Learn what “password strength” means, how it differs from complexity, how password strength applies to security, and what you can do to make your passwords stronger and easier to manage.

LastPass Alternative

A lot of people find us because they're looking for an alternative to LastPass. That's actually how our company was started in the first place. Our founders needed a password manager that was specifically for teams, that didn't auto-fill credentials, and that was tip-top secure but simple enough for a non-programmer to set up. TeamPassword was built for groups who need to share logins, like Digital Marketers.
"As a user of both TeamPassword and LastPass, I really appreciate the ease with which TeamPassword allows me to control who can access certain systems and who can't. As a SaaS provider, we use a lot of other SaaS applications to provide great experiences for our customers. TeamPassword gives us the comfort to share access to those applications within our org, knowing we can easily remove users when needed." - Tom H., VP Engineering, Network For Good

Sharing Passwords for Fun

Companies use a shared password manager like TeamPassword every day for mission-critical logins: those essential tools and apps that keep the business functioning at its highest potential. But they're also sharing logins that make the office run smoother, improve employee morale and make it easier for their teams to collaborate and spend time (and eat) together-- proving that team password management isn't just for the boring stuff anymore!

Our Browser Extensions Save You Even More Time

How many tabs do you currently have open in your browser? We're guessing you also have a couple different windows open too... Are you constantly logging in and out of sites that you manage for several different clients? Always searching through spreadsheets and emails for those logins and passwords? And ...

From Ugly to Beautiful: WebMechanix's Switch to TeamPassword

Chris Mechanic is co-founder and CEO of WebMechanix, a digital marketing firm in Baltimore. Specializing in Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Advertising, and Marketing Automation, Chris Mechanic has learned a thing or two about good productivity. How did you manage your passwords before TeamPassword? It was somewhat ugly and ...