What’s the Best Small Business Password Manager?

The state of password security is best illustrated by looking at the rise in credential stuffing attacks. By combining login software with proxy servers, hackers bombard targets with username and password combinations harvested from previous data breaches. The attacks are usually successful because people tend to re-use weak passwords between online services.

Seven Signs You Need a Password Manager

Are your employees helping to keep company data protected and secure? Unfortunately, data breach fatigue has become so common in the past 15 years, that most consumers and employees do not even react to news of a data breach. This means that employees often aren’t doing what they could to keep the privacy of their business intact. With over 80 percent of data breaches arising from password issues, investing in a password manager, like TeamPassword, can ensure that passwords are protected.

Ponemon’s State of Password Security Recap

Security breaches have become alarmingly common — both at home and in the workplace. Despite the rise of two-factor authentication and constant horror stories in the media, many people still have poor password hygiene and remain at risk for these kinds of attacks.

How to Manage Your Small Business’ Passwords

Imagine that you receive an email from your work email provider requesting that you log in to review recent activity. You click on the button in the email and try to login to your account. The first login attempt oddly fails, but the second attempt works just fine and you’re ...

3 Ways to Organize Your TeamPassword Account

Depending on the type and size of your business you will want to organize your password groups differently. The number of employees and their security-access levels will influence how you structure your TeamPassword account. Test out the strategies below to see which is the best match for your company.

TeamPassword: How to Add and Remove Groups

In TeamPassword, if you need a user to be able to access other passwords or deny user access to a Group, have an Admin on the account modify the following settings for that user on the TeamPassword Control Panel at www.teampassword.com . First, sign in at the Control Panel using ...

TeamPassword: How to Remove User Access

As a small business in an evolving digital world, we know that you are trying hard to keep your critical data secure especially if you are using TeamPassword to keep your logins and passwords safe from hackers and cyber attacks. However, not properly removing old users can leave you vulnerable. ...