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Password Management


Tips for Better Password Management

Even as more advanced forms of authentication, such as biometrics, are developed and implemented, passwords continue to be a commonly used form of authentication. This is partly due to the fact that they are relatively simple to implement and require little infrastructure to support. However, the fact that they are so widely used also means that they are a common target for hackers, which is why it’s so important to use strong, unique passwords and manage them properly.


How Can I Help My Elderly Relatives Remember Passwords?

The best way to help seniors remember passwords is to get them a password manager that is easy to use. Password managers eliminate the need to remember multiple passwords, so they will only have to remember one master password. Continue reading to learn why a password manager is the right option for helping the seniors in your life remember their passwords.


Why DevSecOps Teams Need Secrets Management

Proper IT secrets management is essential to protecting your organization from cyberthreats, particularly in DevOps environments, where common CI/CD pipeline tools such as Jenkins, Ansible, Github Actions, and Azure DevOps use secrets to access databases, SSH servers, HTTPs services and other highly sensitive systems.

Random but Memorable - Episode 10.0: One Hundredth Episode Special

We're back with a bang with our 100th episode special! 💯🎉 Come and join the podcast gang as we reminisce over the show's random but memorable history. We also discuss THAT LastPass hack in Watchtower Weekly and talk about 1Password's acquisition of Passage and what it means for a passwordless future. Plus, we finally award our 100th Episode giveaway winners and get more random than ever in a game of Rapid Fire Security Questions! 🤪❓

How to Protect Your Organization from Pretexting

Pretexting can occur anywhere at any time, so it’s important to understand what it is and ways you can protect employees from it. You can protect your organization from pretexting by not clicking on unsolicited links, not sharing personal information online and by educating employees on pretexting techniques. Read on to learn more about pretexting and the techniques used by cybercriminals to get victims to reveal sensitive information.

Enterprise - Harden Your Systems

We highly recommend Keeper Administrators enable the following security settings. Create two Keeper Administrators in case one account is lost or no longer accessible. Keeper Administrators hold the encryption keys used to access the Admin Console, provision users, manage enforcement policies and perform day to day user administration.

Preparing for Your Digital Afterlife With Secure Password Management

With the average person spending about two and a half hours on social media daily and possibly up to six hours on the internet, there’s no doubt we’ve all built a legacy on the web. Have you ever thought about what happens after you pass away? Will your online presence turn into ghost accounts that are inaccessible to loved ones and susceptible to attackers?