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Sticky Password Honors May 4 World Password Day, Asks Everyone to “#LAYERUP”

Sticky Password announces its support for World Password Day 2017, the cybersecurity awareness initiative led by Intel. May 3, 2017 – Sticky Password today announced its commitment to World Password Day’s “Layer Up Your Login” internet safety and security initiative to empower individuals to better protect their online accounts by adding a layer to their […]

We Are Supporting Partners of QuBit Conference 2017!

Sticky Password is proud to be a Supporting Partner of QuBit Conference 2017 – the 4th annual cyber community event to be held in Prague, Czech Republic on April 4-6. About QuBit Conference Known as the universe of cyber security and digital forensics, QuBit is a unique event that fosters the growth of new ideas within the […]

Sticky Password Leverages Intel Technology for Boosted Protection on PCs

Intel® Software Guard Extensions technology adds powerful, built‑in protection for Sticky Password users on Intel- powered PCs. Password management software provider Lamantine Software announced today that they have partnered with Intel to integrate Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX) technology into Sticky Password’s software to provide hardware-enhanced security and increased ease-of-use. Intel® SGX is a new […]

Top 5 Security Blogs of 2016

2016 was another exciting year in passwords. As the Sticky Password team continues to focus on features and improvements to make our password manager even better for customers, we also strive to do our part in spreading security awareness. In addition to our blog, we regularly partner with organizations like the National Cyber Security Alliance, […]

Passwords and Luggage Locks – How Much Protection?

You’ve got everything packed for your big trip and as the last step before you head out to the airport, you put one of those little locks through the zipper pull tabs on each piece of luggage. All ready! Your stuff will be safe from the time it leaves your hands at the airport until […]

Is Your Approach to Passwords Cultural?

A couple of articles this week got me thinking about the way people – you, me, your cousin Sally – think about cybersecurity and passwords. How do we develop our feelings about passwords and security? By feelings, I don’t mean a sentimental “I ______ passwords” (love or hate, insert your preference). I’m talking about our […]

Who are your passwords protecting you against?

When it comes to passwords, we all deal with them somehow. We have to because passwords are just about everywhere these days. Whether you have yours on a spreadsheet on your PC, or written on a piece of paper (or lots of little sticky pieces of yellow paper), or you have that one super password […]

Solving The Internet of Things Security Puzzle

Saying that the internet is ubiquitous is a bit of a cliché these days. It’s on all of our devices and it’s on all the time. It might be more accurate to say that we’re on all the time. (Think about it, when was the last time you disconnected deliberately to get a few moments […]

Changing Your Passwords: Clearing Up the Confusion

When it comes to changing your passwords, just how often is often enough but still not so often that it undermines security? In a recent tweet, Jason Harris brought up the confusing and often conflicting advice of changing passwords. The response doesn’t fit into 140 characters, so we took to our blog to cover the […]

The Importance of Protecting Your Identity

You’re taking all the right steps to keep your passwords from falling into the wrong hands. Great! But are you putting the same effort into protecting your identity? Your risk of identity theft can vary, depending on variables that may not even occur to you like which state you reside in to where you park […]