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Too Many Passwords - Hitachi ID Password Manager

Business Challenge

Users in medium to large organizations have too many passwords. Since they have trouble remembering more than 2--3 passwords, users respond to this situation by:

  • Writing down their passwords.
  • Choosing easy-to-remember (and easy-to-guess) passwords.
  • Reusing old passwords.
  • Avoiding password changes.

Each of these responses compromises cost or security.

Hitachi ID Password Manager Solution

Password Manager helps users more effectively manage their passwords by:

Password Manager helps organizations improve user service, strengthen security and lower IT support cost. It replaces password explosion with one or two strong and regularly changing passwords for every user.

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  • Too Many Passwords:
    Using Password Manager to reduce the number of passwords that users must remember and manage.
  • Too Many Login Prompts:
    Using Password Manager to reduce the number of times per day that users must type application login IDs and passwords.
  • Users Locked Out of Their PCs:
    Enabling users who forgot or locked out their primary passwords and cannot sign into their PC to resolve their own problem using Password Manager.
  • High IT Support Call Volume:
    Reducing the volume of IT support calls due to login problems -- intruder lockouts and forgotten passwords, PINs and encryption keys -- using Password Manager.
  • Uneven Support Call Volume:
    Lowering the peak IT support call volume due to forgotten and locked out passwords after weekends and holidays -- using Password Manager.
  • Weak Passwords:
    Ensuring that users choose strong passwords -- using Password Manager.
  • Off-hours IT Support:
    Enabling users to resolve their own login problems after hours -- using Password Manager.
  • Too Many Privileged Users:
    Reducing the number of people that need administrative access to systems and applications by delegating the right to reset passwords and clear lockouts to IT support staff -- using Password Manager.
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