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8 Truths About the Threats - and Opportunities - of Employee Passwords

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In our new report, we’ve analyzed aggregated data from real businesses using LastPass to bring you the truth about passwords. The verdict: the standard approach to password security in the workplace has failed, and businesses aren't responding to that failure quickly enough. 

How many passwords would you guess the average employee has? We’re here to tell you the truth: It’s far more than you think. In fact, it’s nearly 7 times the number of passwords people think they have.

In our groundbreaking new report, we’ve analyzed aggregated data from real businesses using LastPass to bring you the truth about passwords. The verdict: Passwords are a problem run amok, the standard approach to password security in the workplace has failed, and businesses aren't responding to that failure quickly enough.

By sharing these truths, we want to help companies prioritize putting the right policies and technology in place to address password problems, before it’s too late. Download the free report today and see why passwords are a problem that need to be solved, now.

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