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.

Checklist — How to Hacker-Proof Your Passwords

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 ...

How to Make a Secure Password

What’s the best way to make a password? The best way to make a password is to randomly generate it and save it into your favorite password manager. The reason this is a good idea is because your passwords are constantly at risk of getting leaked by the company you ...

Debunking Password Manager Myths and Misconceptions

Over the years I've spent working for TeamPassword , I've heard quite a few incorrect assumptions about password managers when talking to people who don't quite understand how they work. Today, I'm going to dispel those rumors! See below the most common password manager myths and misconceptions. Myth: Password managers ...

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 ...

4 Reasons Customers Choose TeamPassword

Real customers reveal the things they love about our password manager We read each and every review you guys send and are so grateful for them. Your reviews help reassure the grueling hours we’re investing into building this product, guide our engineers in developing new product features, and highlight areas.