Build and improve your company’s culture of security with 1Password

Learn how to build a culture of security with 1Password

Graham Cluley Security News is sponsored this week by the folks at 1Password. Thanks to the great team there for their support!

The shift to remote and hybrid work has introduced new vulnerabilities, putting your critical data at risk. With less oversight into security protocols and the behavior of your staff, it’s more important than ever for you and your team to make smart security choices.

Meanwhile, cyber threats are evolving and multiplying. Losses from cybercrime, like data breaches, rose six-fold in 2020, with it estimated that more than 37 billion records were compromised.

With the average data breach costing firms upwards of $4 million, and the risk of damage to consumer trust – there is clearly a lot at stake.

1Password’s new guide outlines how to prepare, launch, roll-out, and reinforce a culture of security.

Help protect both your business and its customers by encouraging mindful habits across your company.

The first step? Choose the right password manager – 1Password is an important tool to encourage better password habits among employees, and protect infrastructure secrets company wide. Find that sweet spot of productivity and security for your employees by giving them the tools they need to succeed.

Download 1Password’s guide to creating a culture of security now. Empower your employees to make secure decisions wherever they are, however they’re working – and close the security gaps that are leaving you, and your information, vulnerable.

If you’re looking for more advice on strengthening your business security, you can also sign up for 1Password’s free Security Summer School today. Learn from security experts at top organizations, hear about new security and technology trends, and get quick tips for building a culture of security at work and at home – all in four free webinars.


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