- Administrators can now automatically assign selected roles to specific employees
Helsinki, Finland, 21 Sep 2021, ZEXPRWIRE, Passwork has enhanced its self-hosted password manager with a new connection between LDAP groups and user roles. This integration is designed to help administrators easily assign roles to a user as soon as the user joins a connected group. With this new feature, Passwork is one step closer to becoming the best password manager for enterprises.
The typical modern company has to manage several passwords every day. These include server passwords, CMS passwords, FTP, SSH and security certificates. 25% of these companies don’t require their employees to change their passwords regularly. Additionally, a bigger percentage don’t equip remote workers with company-provided security software for accessing sensitive company data.[i] Lack of a secure password management system – especially for employees who work remotely – increases the risk of credential stuffing and other data breaches.
“A data breach can be devastating for a company of any size,” says Passwork CEO Andrew Piankov. “As more employees work remotely, the risk of a data breach is even higher, since these employees have less protection from digital attacks outside the office. We’ve built Passwork to help you manage your passwords efficiently while saving you the grief of a company-wide breach.”
Beyond the LDAP integration, Passwork has also launched SSO, API, a multi-functional browser extension and a security dashboard that flags weak, old or compromised passwords. All clients have access to a skilled IT team that provides prompt and reliable technical support. The password manager can also be installed in multiple company branches. Furthermore, Passwork has plans to launch a mobile app as well as an update that will allow administrators to create links to passwords.
With Passwork, administrators can set custom permissions for vaults and folders, set role-based access control, track all activities and update passwords as needed. They can also import and export the passwords. With these features, a company can stay two steps ahead of hackers at all times.
The team at Passwork has developed a password management system that is user-friendly and affordable. Once a client has paid for the password manager, they can then decide whether it’s worth it to pay for technical support and software updates. The IT team can simplify the whole process by helping to configure everything via email or remote connection.
Passwork is a sophisticated solution to password management issues that plague organizations of all sizes. With these new features, the enterprise package is ideal for companies that need protection across several branches. Thanks to Passwork, companies can protect their passwords while helping employees work safely from anywhere.
Passwork is a self-hosted password manager that makes dealing with corporate passwords easy. With Passwork, companies of all sizes can store and manage passwords safely, while ensuring safe collaboration among teammates.
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