Guide: Why you need a password manager now

If you're not actively cultivating good organizational security, you're fostering a culture of poor security habits. The longer those poor security habits continue, the more deeply embedded they become — and the harder those habits are to unlearn.

Burnout is on the rise, which means workers are more likely to bypass security protocols. Everyone's juggling more cloud accounts than ever, making them more likely to use weak or reused passwords. The bottom line: If you're not using a password manager, you're reinforcing poor security habits that increase your risk of a cybersecurity incident.

Adopting a password manager reverses the process, encouraging healthy security habits by making them easy. Use this guide to understand why those bad security habits take root in the first place – and why a password manager should be at the top of your priority list.

Download the guide to learn:

  • How to eliminate the false choice between security and productivity
  • How burned-out employees compound your risk
  • How to make good security habits second nature

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