Bitwarden has announced the results of its second annual global password management survey. While receptive to the importance of security, individuals continue to struggle with embracing habits that could better protect their data.
If you have a password manager, you can make sure your chosen person has the main password or passcodes to access it. The password manager Bitwarden has an option called Emergency Access that lets you add a backup contact who can request access to your account.
Bitwarden is an open source password manager app that remembers and even generates passwords for you. Besides being a secure and easy to use app, Bitwarden also provides you transparency by making its code open source and available on GitHub so that anybody can easily monitor or audit its activity.
The biggest mistake an organization can make is thinking that complex security systems alone can safeguard businesses when one of the easiest ways to protect ourselves is to use different passwords across different sites and turn on multi-factor authentication.
Bitwarden is a password tool that has great integrations and capabilities that you'll find in proprietary tools, but this one is entirely free and open source. Bitwarden is cross-platform, cross-browser and secure. It incorporates and integrates with various two-factor authentication (2FA) systems and includes its own Time-based One-time Password (TOTP) capabilities. You can self-host it or pay $10 per year for Bitwarden to host it for you.
Announcing the results of the Bitwarden 2022 Password Decisions Survey. The independant survey, which polled over 400 U.S. IT decision makers across a wide range of industries. These results point to the need for consistent C-Suite-driven security protocols that take into account a desire for efficient, easy-to-implement solutions, employee turnover, and the challenges of a remote-centric workplace.
Bitwarden Send is a feature of the Bitwarden password manager, which happens to be one of the best password managers. You can use Bitwarden Send on any web browser (irrespective of the platform) to share text information, passwords, important documents, or any other file type.
Announcing the launch of free cybersecurity resources and materials to help companies and individuals stay safe during Cybersecurity Awareness Month. This is aligned with the Bitwarden mission that everyone should have the right to protect their digital identity.
Announcing a broader set of password management features for enterprises seeking to ensure password security at scale. Admin Password Reset, a new policy feature available to Bitwarden enterprise plan customers, provides designated administrators the ability to reset passwords on end-user accounts if an employee loses or forgets their Bitwarden password.
Announcing the results of a new global password management survey. A majority of Americans rely on memory to keep track of passwords yet nearly one-third reset their passwords daily or multiple times per week because they’ve forgotten them.