Verizon released a data breach investigation report that showcased 81% of hacking-related breaches resulting from weak and/or stolen passwords. It’s no secret… Your passwords are the first line of defense to keep hackers out of the network. If your accountants aren’t using a strong, secure password for each account, you’re leaving yourself open to attacks. But it’s not always easy to create passwords according to best practices. Why? Because following best practices means you’re left struggling to remember multiple long, hard-to-remember passwords made of a mix of letters, numbers, and characters. Plus, you’re not supposed to write them down anywhere.
A password manager eliminates all of the challenges associated with following password best practices. Instead of simply talking to your accountants about best practices, you’re empowering them to follow them with a password manager that acts as a digital safe for passwords. Each user will receive a master account that uses one password – the only password they need to remember – to access all of their different accounts and/or services.
Infiniwiz offers a password manager for accounting firms looking to take password best practices seriously – keeping their confidential login credentials, and in turn, their accounts safe. Call 847-713-1451 to learn more.
Our password manager is a software program that allows you to stay safe against hackers with the following:
We know ignoring updates and patches can be a grave mistake, which is why we take care of them as soon as they’re available.
Our updates and patching keeps your systems and software up-to-date at all times. We understand that for many accounting firms, manually installing these important updates and patches can be frustrating. It gets pushed back constantly because you simply don’t have the time throughout the day to wait for them to be installed. Our process is automated to minimize disruption to
- Anytime, anywhere access via the cloud with desktop or web applications for your team members to conveniently access their master account, and in turn, their login credentials for each individual service.
- Support for two-factor authentication wherein each master account can be set up to require two forms of identity, including a password and a PIN code sent to the user’s phone.
- Simplified onboarding and offboarding processes as you’re able to easily set up or remove accountants as needed with one master account to access or remove access to their login credentials.