Securing sensitive data like company passwords and credentials isn’t always as easy as it sounds. Add in a team of colleagues who’ve all got access to important files, alongside selected clients and freelancers, and data security can quickly get thrown out the window. SimpleSafe is a self-hosted password and credential management system that teams can use to store important information in a protected space.
To start sharing credentials and other sensitive information with your team, sign up for a SimpleSafe account and head straight to the dashboard page. Start by setting up groups and fields, and adding the appropriate passwords, credentials, and other login information for websites, email accounts, or software licenses you manage. The way you choose to organize this information is up to you — SimpleSafe supports a number of customization options, making it easy to set up groups, data fields, and various settings in whichever ways you wish. Next, it’s time to add some users. Create accounts for each member of your team, setting up unique access levels to prevent anyone from seeing information that should be off limits.
Speed up your workflow and keep private passwords more secure by using keyboard shortcuts and SimpleSafe’s one-click copy to clipboard feature when accessing information you’ve saved in your account. All password fields in SimpleSafe are encrypted and viewable only by hovering over the password itself.
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