Use a password manager to create and store strong passwords for your crm login
A crm login is your gateway to the customer view and records of your company. It’s where you input orders, track payments, and manage contacts and relationships. But with one unbreakable password, a hacker can get access to all your customers’ data, and wreak havoc on your business. [Click here when you get to this part in the article]
The following are some tips to help you create a strong password and keep it secure.
First, get rid of your store’s default crm login. If your store doesn’t let you modify the default profile, it means that their default is a password that takes only one letter. I’m guessing they created the profile with the assumption that their customers will be dumb and not write down their passwords or use them on the Internet. If that’s your store’s random password, you’ve got bigger problems than a weak crm login.
Second, use a password manager. There are tons of these out there, so pick one that you’re comfortable using. I prefer LastPass because I can store my passwords and search them from any computer (and it’s secure) with a single sign on from one place. If you don’t want to use a password manager, try using your store’s default password as your crm login. At least it will be harder for hackers to guess your crm login if they don’t already have access to your store account.