Stolen usernames and passwords are hackers’ favorite tools to breach a company data or commit fraud. And storing your credentials in your web browser’s password manager is one of the most dangerous password habits.
Should cybercriminals get hold of your device physically or remotely, they will have instant, automatic access to all of your online accounts, including every business app containing your customer data, trade secrets, and other sensitive information.
The best practice is to store all your passwords in a secure external password manager, then disable the one in Chrome.
Learn how to disable the Chrome password manager in our video below.