With NordPass Business
“Numerous positive observations have been made in relation to the level of detail and adherence to the specification, clarity and readability of the Go code and implementation, overall security of the desktop application, browser extension, as well as iOS and Android branches of the NordPass applications.” Cure53 Report, 2020 February
We care about your data. NordPass doesn’t just offer you state-of-the-art encryption and zero-knowledge architecture. It also helps you to become GDPR-compliant. By keeping your passwords safe, you protect your work accounts and your customers’ data.
Working with healthcare information in the US? Get one step closer to your HIPAA compliance by using NordPass, a password manager for business. Store all your login credentials in an encrypted vault and share them securely among your personnel.
Frequently asked questions
Running a business comes with managing a lot of different devices and accounts. The easiest way to keep track of their login credentials is to use a password manager.
With a password manager, your employees can store all their logins in one place, share them with coworkers, and access them on multiple devices with one password only. No excuse for forgetting passwords after a long vacation or for sharing passwords via email!
Password managers increase your company’s cybersecurity as they encrypt your employees’ data and ensure that hackers cannot see it. Some providers, including NordPass, have built their product around zero-knowledge architecture, meaning that not even their employees can view your logins. Only you can do that.
Choosing the best product depends on your business needs. We would recommend paying attention to three key areas:
- Security standards. Check the encryption algorithm. The stronger it is, the more difficult it is to break it. NordPass, for example, uses XChaCha20, the latest algorithm praised by cybersecurity experts. Also, check whether the service provider has a zero-knowledge policy and cannot access your passwords.
- Features. Decide on what features are necessary. Most password managers will offer autosave and autofill, encryption, and password sharing by default. But some will provide you with extra: imports from other platforms, biometrics, and desktop apps.
- Reputation. Do other companies praise it? Who designed the app? Has it been audited? Answering these questions will help you decide whether you can trust the password manager you’ve chosen.
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