The fundamentals of securing your online accounts involves strong, unique passwords. But are you pairing that with a randomly generated username for added privacy and protection? Find out why generating username aliases is growing in popularity among security champions today and how Bitwarden is making it easy to integrate into your everyday life online.
If you're interested in exploring the latest password security risks and adoption trends, Bitwarden recently published The Survey Room—a complete list of third-party survey reports that represent the opinions of IT decision makers, security enthusiasts, and Bitwarden community members. These data-driven insights are designed to help you make smart, security-first decisions.
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If your primary Bitwarden client is the browser extension or mobile app, you may not know that the Bitwarden Web Vault includes additional features, such as the ability to manage organizations and access Vault Health Reports. Learn more about the Bitwarden Web Vault and see what's what.
Two factor authentication is critical to online security. Bitwarden makes it easy for you to integrate physical security keys (such as Solokeys and Yubikeys) to strengthen your online protection. Unlike traditional 2FA (where a 6-digit key is sent to your smartphone via SMS or a 2FA app on your smartphone), you authenticate using a physical key that is registered through the Bitwarden web-based interface. How do you use physical keys with Bitwarden? This article walks you through the process.
Recognizing that many small and medium-sized businesses may not have a budget for a dedicated IT security team, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has developed a campaign that shares practical recommendations for keeping data secure and preventing unauthorized access. Check out the NCSC tips for SMBs.
In June, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) kicked off its cyber health campaign by sharing tips on how individuals and organizations can better protect their data and prevent threats such as phishing and other cyberattacks. Read the highlights from the ENISA cyber health tips.
The recent Bitwarden vault refresh incorporated important user feedback, comments, suggestions, and other data-driven insights. Dive into the feedback and research that drove the latest refresh of the Bitwarden web vault experience.
The updated 2022 Product Roadmap is now available in the online Community Forums. The roadmap is divided into four key pillars of focus: Vault Experience, Business Enablement, MSP and Reseller Functionality, and Increasing Developer Productivity. For a more in depth overview of the roadmap, watch the latest Vault Hours recording on demand.
The community plays an important role in contributing to a world free of breaches and hacks by sharing helpful security tips and experiences. Bitwarden recently hosted the first online Community Forum event––an open venue for feedback, questions, and sharing success stories.
Special thanks to the 2022 Bitwarden Community Forum Award winners for the work they have done to enhance the Bitwarden community and codebase for all users. For those that were unable to join the live event, the recording is now available to view on demand.