Most organizations store lots of passwords. There is often a need to share these passwords with other staff and these passwords all need to be unique, long and complex. This can all be resolved by using a high quality Enterprise Password Manager.
There are a lot of password managers on the market so what features are essential.
0:00 | Introduction
0:14 | I’m Warwick Leahy
0:27 | Tip #1 – Single Sign On
1:12 | What is impossible travel?
1:28 | Tip #2 – Security
1:41 | NIST
1:50 | Tip #3 – Internal Sharing
2:28 | Tip #4 – External Sharing
2:34 | Bad example: OneTimeSecret
2:55 | Good example: inside your password manager
3:10 | Tip #5 – Administrative Policies
4:01 | Tip #6 – Reporting
4:25 | Summary of Tips
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Warwick is a highly skilled SysAdmin with over 20 years’ experience in designing solutions to achieve software compatibility, streamline system upgrades/installations, among with administering and maintaining complex server systems. He is also a talented end-user instructor, with training experience on Microsoft operating systems, servers, and specialized education software.
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