A first-of-its-kind open-source password manager is revolutionizing the way companies can collaborate securely. Unlike competitor programs, which are typically aimed individuals, Passbolt is purposely made for teams and, because of its unparalleled security, is trusted by more than 10,000 organizations worldwide, including Fortune 500 companies, governments and defence forces.
Gone are the days of storing passwords on insecure spreadsheets or sharing via email. Instead, Passbolt prioritizes data privacy and collaboration so teams can access passwords from wherever they are, and data owners can see, in real time, who is accessing their information.
The platform can be used in a secure cloud, deployed as a cloud-native application, or added easily to a company’s existing infrastructure. The program is tailored to be agile and puts developer teams first. It can be used as-is, or developers can personalize it by supplement their own code. It helps centralize, organize, and share credentials quickly and securely. Passbolt is security-first, privacy-centric, made in Europe and highly versatile: it can be installed on-prem, used in a secure cloud, or deployed as a cloud-native application.
The founders, based in Luxembourg, developed the program while running a web agency in Europe. As they developed more complex websites, they found it was difficult to keep track of the dozens or sometimes hundreds of passwords they needed.
Passbolt will be highlighting its new product in Toronto at Collision Conference 2022 between June 20-23rd. The Luxembourg-based company is particularly looking for Canadian investors at the event.
It is one of six Luxembourgish companies taking part in the conference and part of a larger Luxembourg delegation visiting Toronto and Canada in the coming weeks to strengthen relationships with the country. The delegation is headed by Minister of the Economy Franz Fayot and His Royal Highness, Crown Prince Guillaume.