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Using Excel to store privileged account passwords? Don’t continue until you watch this!

Many organizations and IT Administrators still use Excel spreadsheets to store passwords in privileged accounts and share them between key staff members so they can gain access to important and critical systems. Yet this entrenched practice of storing sensitive passwords and credentials in a spreadsheet is a major security risk and should be avoided at all costs.

Join Thycotic Product Manager, Joseph Carson, as he highlights why and how you should eliminate the unnecessary risks around using Excel to manage privileged passwords including:

• Why Excel was never intended to be a Password Management Solution
• The lack of built-in security with spreadsheets
• Excel risks for data loss, security updates and transportability
• How you can eliminate these risks with automated PAM solutions

Download your free white paper describing the risks with using Excel and how to eliminate them.

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Jordan True

Jordan is a social media strategist, digital community manager and a lover of all things IT. She currently manages the Social Media Program at Thycotic and loves to connect with technology communities online and at enterprise IT events. Addicted to the outdoors, you can find Jordan on the running trails in her free time or sharing the latest InfoSec buzz on Twitter @ThycoticJordan.

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