To understand enterprise password management preferences and adoption trends, research and advisory firm 451 Research (part of S&P Global Market Intelligence) recently conducted a global study that polled senior enterprise security leaders in the United States, United Kingdom, Japan, and Australia. According to 51% of U.S. survey respondents, preventing credential theft and account takeover attacks is the top reason for adopting password managers. These findings offer guidance on navigating challenges and strengthening online security in the workplace. Visit our blog to access the full report.
We're thrilled to share that Bitwarden has been recognized as a champion in the 2022 Password Management Emotional Footprint report from SoftwareReviews (a division of Info-Tech Research Group). This report is based entirely on real user reviews and is free of traditional ranking components such as market presence and analyst opinions. Bitwarden received high scores for customer experience, reliability, and product effectiveness. Open the full report to learn more.
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Bitwarden users can now link directly to items within the Web Vault via URLs. This handy new feature offers convenience for team members, administrators, and individual users alike. Here’s how it works – you open up a shared item in your Vault, copy the unique URL for that item in your browser, and voilà! Now you can paste and share that URL with other employees that have access to the item to make collaboration faster and easier. Read the article to learn more.
Bitwarden is introducing new integration options with three popular email forwarding services: SimpleLogin, AnonAddy, and Firefox Relay. Also known as a masked email, an email alias is an address with the purpose of forwarding any message it receives to your personal email. The combination of using email aliases alongside a password manager adds multiple layers of protection online. These new services can now be integrated in your Vault to enhance the level of privacy and security of your account. Read the article to learn more about these new integration options.
As long as you remain logged in, Bitwarden will cache a copy of your encrypted vault on your device. This means that even if you lose connectivity, you can still decrypt and access your Vault items. Offline access with Bitwarden is read-only, write access is available while online. Learn more about how to configure your Bitwarden applications for offline access by visiting our blog.
The Bitwarden store is now open so come grab some cool merch! You can check out the store by going to bitwarden.com/shop.
The teams at @TwistWork and @Doist recently released their Async Toolkit which recommends the best tools for asynchronous collaboration and security, including Bitwarden! Check out the toolkit on their website to learn more.
Register now for the Bitwarden Community Forum on June 23rd at 12PM ET—a virtual, open venue for feedback, questions, and sharing success stories! Can’t join us for this event? No problem. Register today and we’ll send you the recording later to watch on demand.
Here are few other ways you can get involved in the Bitwarden community:
Help Translate: Join the Crowdin community that has helped translate Bitwarden into over 50 languages around the world.
Beta Feedback: Test and share feedback on the Bitwarden mobile apps before they're released to the app store.
Become a Power User: Check out the on-demand training sessions in the Bitwarden Learning Center. By becoming a power user, you can help others in the community strengthen their online security posture.
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