Bitwarden, the leading open source password manager for businesses and individuals, announced the release of its State of Password Security Report. This report provides an assessment of security advice from U.S. federal agencies.
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“When it comes to cybersecurity, we are all in this together. That’s why it’s important that government agencies offer guidance across the board on one of the most accessible ways to stay secure, password management”
With cyber threats on the rise, the U.S. government has been ramping up efforts to educate the public on the best and latest cybersecurity measures. The Bitwarden State of Password Security Report lays out the various password recommendations from agencies within the federal government. It consolidates and rates the details to show where they overlap, where they differentiate and which agencies are the strongest.
“When it comes to cybersecurity, we are all in this together. That’s why it’s important that government agencies offer guidance across the board on one of the most accessible ways to stay secure, password management,” said Bitwarden CEO Michael Crandell. “Password managers are a simple, practical solution that can help anybody avoid weak and re-used passwords, and instead create, save, and use strong and unique ones to keep themselves safe online.”
The report covers the following agencies: National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), The White House, Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Department of Commerce, and the U.S. Federal Communication Commission (FCC).
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