Never use your browser’s password manager

June 2, 2022

If you’re serious about keeping your data secure, you’ll know you should never reuse passwords across different accounts.

Creating strong new passwords and keeping track of them is a real headache.

That’s why Microsoft Edge is rolling out an improved password management feature, which will save new passwords automatically.

But here’s the thing. We recommend you NEVER let your team use the password manager built into their browser.

It’s safer to use a dedicated password manager that your business has full control over.

There are so many benefits.

Your password manager will generate long random passwords for each of your team’s accounts. It’ll remember them and fill them in automatically

And it’ll work across all devices including tablets and phones.

When someone leaves your business, you can remove their access to your password manager at the push of a button. Giving you safe access to their logins if you need them.

There are lots of password managers to choose from. Let us know if you’d like our recommendation.

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