We recently revealed the results of the Bitwarden 2022 Data Privacy Day Survey. To see which apps the Bitwarden community favors for data privacy, or to take part in the survey, read the full blog post.
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Missed the 2022 Bitwarden roadmap review? Catch up with the Bitwarden product team as they present what’s on the 2022 roadmap and answer questions from the community. Watch the recap here.
As web3 technologies evolve, more control is put into the hands of users. However, with great power comes great responsibility. Users will need to find a secure and convenient way to manage sensitive credentials. Here are five tips for using a password manager for web3.
When it comes to new security tools, the best options are the ones that keep you safe and operating efficiently. To learn how Bitwarden can boost productivity, encourage collaboration, and save time while keeping your business secure, read this article.
Bitwarden Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Kyle Spearrin, recently spoke about cybersecurity and password management in Cybernews. Kyle explains that there is no one-size-fits-all security response, and approaches should be customized to the organization’s size, strategies, structure, existing tools, and available skills. Read the article on Cybernews to learn more.
You play an important role in contributing to a world free of breaches and hacks by sharing your knowledge and experience. Here is a recent favorite post of ours.
New training presentations and resources are always being added to the Bitwarden Learning center. Whether you’re a beginner, power user, administrator, or managed service provider, you’ll find something that fits your needs.
Are you an Enterprise or Teams customer interested in custom training? Fill out the bitwarden.com/contact form and one of our training specialists will reach out.
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