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Do you STORE Your Passwords in Excel?

Here's why that's a bad idea, and what you can do about it

What will I learn in this white paper?
The reasons why using Excel to store your passwords exposes you to attack, and what might happen if an attacker exploits it. And how to stop doing it.

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Top Reasons Why Using Excel To Store Privileged Credential Passwords Creates Needless Risk

In Thycotic's new white paper, Top Reasons Why Using Excel to Store Privileged Credential Passwords Creates Needless Risk, you'll learn just how exposed your passwords are stored in an Excel spreadsheet - and how an attacker can exploit your spreadsheet to gain widespread systems access.

You'll also get practical tips of what a smarter solution looks like, including automated storage with comprehensive auditing and encryption.

Here's what you'll learn:

Why Choose Thycotic?

Thycotic is the leading provider of cloud-ready privilege management solutions.

Thycotic's security tools empower over 10,000 organisations, from small businesses to the Fortune 500, to limit privileged account risk, implement least privilege, control applications and demonstrate compliance.

Reduce your risk of a password breach by choosing a better way of managing your mission critical passwords
I'M READY TO REDUCE MY PASSWORD RISK

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