Nowadays, due to the COVID pandemic, the majority of companies give their employees the freedom to work remotely. To make remote work as productive as in-office work was before, both companies and employees should consider what tools or services they need to work efficiently and communicate with each other better.
Lots of teams may use one login for a particular service, website, or even admin panel. It is a fairly common practice. Since shared passwords may be the key to your organization’s sensitive data, you should not neglect their security. Thus, reliable password managers with a secure data sharing feature become a must-have.
Keep reading and figure out how to securely share passwords from the company accounts, corporation email, version control systems, and whatnot.
Most likely, you used to send passwords to your teammates without any encryption or signature protection. Someone even provides the name of the service, login, and password in the same message. It looks like: “Hey, here are credentials of the site's admin panel. Login:... Password:...”
In doing so, you assist attackers in stealing your data. If any third parties intercept your or your colleagues’ internet traffic, they can easily access the password and use it for their advantage. Please, don’t do that again.
Of course, you can delete or edit the password as soon as your teammate copies it, but that provides no guarantees - an attacker can intercept the password when it comes across the internet.
To avoid password breaches and unexpected data leaks, we highly recommend you to use top-notch password managers with a reliable data sharing feature.
Ability to store any data type
Our secure password manager allows you to store not only passwords but also software licenses, login credentials, and other valuable information. Passwarden provides more than 10 different data types that split into 4 categories:
Top-notch data encryption
Passwarden provides reliable AES-256 and ЕС р-384 encryption protocols. As well, our top-notch password manager implements the client-side encryption. It means the shared information is only visible to you and your teammates. Even if any unauthorized user should be able to intercept shared data, they won’t manage to decipher it. Thus, you won’t worry about your information integrity and security.
Different access rights
Passwarden by KeepSolid provides 3 different permission levels: Admin, Editor, and Viewer. Don’t want your teammates to change any passwords? Select the Viewer access rights, and they get read-only access. Want particular users to have the ability to make some changes in the shared Vault? All you need is to set an Editor access. And you, as a shared Vault owner, have Admin access.
It is a piece of cake! Follow a few simple steps and ensure that your passwords and other valuable data secure from the sticky fingers of hackers and other cyber malefactors.
Now wait until your colleagues accept your invitation, and that’s it!
Check out our comprehensive guide on how to share Vault with others to get more information.
Try out Passwarden right now and provide everyone in your team with secure and convenient access to shared passwords.