Despite their size, small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are increasingly on the radar of cybercriminals. In fact, SMBs have become a prime target for cyberattacks. The reasons for this are manifold, and understanding these is an essential part of SMB cyber security strategy.
Using Passpack V10 to Work with Independent Contractors & Clients
Passpack V10 License Management Architecture Makes it Easy to Share Credentials with Independent Contractors & Clients.
Passpack Removes the 20-user Limits on Teams Plan
Password management can be a real headache. Passpack has taken the hassles out of the process by streamlining this important security measure and allowing businesses and individuals to spend less time on password management and more time on running their business.
Why You Shouldn’t Store Passwords in Browsers
Are you sacrificing password security for convenience? A lot of people do it; use the built-in password manager on their web browser.
Passpack V7 Being Depreciated
Why is Passpack Version 7 being depreciated and phased out in June 2023? Passpack V7 was initially released in 2007; developed with software technology available at that time. Consequently, it is a challenging platform to keep updated and maintain.
Passpack Launches Version 10 with Security Enhancements and Renewed Focus on Small to Mid-size Businesses
Strong password hygiene is a critical first line of defense against all manner of cyber threats. This is especially true for small to mid-sized businesses where users are more susceptible, and companies have less resources to defend against attacks.
Small Businesses are Hackers Biggest Targets
The bigger they come, the harder they fall. That used to be the mantra of your typical cybercriminal. They would target the largest companies believing they could hit the jackpot by stealing millions of customer records in one shot for sale on the dark web.
Why Businesses Need Password Management
Passwords. Everyone who uses a computer or networked device for business or personal reasons uses them. They are a simple way to prove you’re you and authorized to access the service, join the conversation, or complete the transaction.