‘123456’, ‘ashley’, ‘superman’, and ‘blink182’ top the latest list of most common terrible passwords
While most of us are inclined to think our way is the “right way,” if surveys and news headlines tell us anything, it’s that when it comes to password habits, the majority of us need some serious work.
The Reddit breach and why TOTP-based 2FA is important
While multi-factor authentication (MFA) has become increasingly common, not all 2FA is created equal.
Password Management for the IT industry
Password management can be a struggle for companies, and the IT industry is no exception. RoboForm for Business helps IT professionals tackle every day challenges ranging from locating the correct passwords to secure sharing.
Password Management for Financial Institutions
Without the proper software in place, sharing passwords can be a pitfall for financial institutions.
Password Management for the Insurance Industry
RoboForm eliminates password reset requests, saving time and money while streamlining the client experience.
Password Automation for Healthcare
Daily practices such as using weak passwords can severely affect the security of an entire system, and healthcare workers, faced with a fast-paced environment, are unable to cope with time consuming password resets or steep learning curves for newly implemented systems.
RoboForm as a shadow IT solution
As a business, if you do not take the initiative to provide the solution, your employees will inevitably, without explicit approval, implement their own personal solutions.
Credential Sharing/Assigning Demystified
Admins can create an unlimited number of custom defined sharing groups with unique permission levels for each user. Logins can then be deployed without ever revealing their associated passwords, while users maintain the ability to quickly and efficiently log in to sites with a single click.
Password Entry Demystified
Hope as we might, human memory is not infallible, particularly when it comes to online credentials.
Password Storage Demystified
According to a 2016 national survey conducted by the Pew Research Center “84% of online adults rely primarily on memorization or pen and paper as their main (or only) approach to password management. In addition, 25% admit to using simple and less secure passwords to assist with memorization.”