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Keep track of your employees' diplomas, certifications, attestations, and courses. Safely store and share the information with the beneficial owner in a secured encrypted environment.

Personal informationName, date of birth, place of birth, photograph, and any other identifying information
Educational informationInstitution name, degree or diploma type, major or field of study, grades or academic performance, and graduation date
Confidential informationAny other confidential information related to the individual's education or academic record

Policy documents are documents that outline the principles, rules, and guidelines that govern an organization or group. Some examples of attributes that may be included in policy documents are:

TitleThe name of the policy
PurposeThe reason for the policy and the goals it is intended to achieve
ScopeThe individuals or groups to whom the policy applies
DefinitionsExplanations of terms and concepts used in the policy
RequirementsThe specific actions or behaviors required by the policy.
ProhibitionsActions or behaviors that are not allowed under the policy.
ConsequencesThe actions that will be taken if the policy is not followed.
ExceptionsCircumstances under which the policy may not apply.
Effective dateThe date on which the policy goes into effect.

Policy documents are an important tool for organizations, as they help establish clear expectations and guidelines for behavior and decision-making. They can also serve as a reference for employees, customers, and other stakeholders when navigating the policies and procedures of the organization.

Having a data template with policy documentation in Hypervault can help you in spreading the policies to the responsible persons in your company.

Vault for passwords

Hypervault has a built-in password manager, made to collaborate between your teams... or your clients. Use the folders in your vault to bring structure to your passwords.

Automatically load credentials in login forms, so you don't have to remember your passwords. You can also generate strong passwords here or in your Chrome or Edge browser with our browser extension.

Password template fields

The password template consists of the following fields:

LabelA descriptive name for the credential
URLThe URL associated with the credential
UsernameThe primary username for the credential
Secondary UsernameAn optional secondary username for the credential
PasswordThe password associated with the credential
File UploadAn optional file upload, such as a private key or certificate, associated with the credential
NotesAny additional notes or details related to the credential
TagsOptional tags for categorizing and organizing credentials

Each template has the ability to add custom sections and custom fields. You can extend the password template to your own needs with these attributes, for example:

EmailThe email address associated with the credential
Account NumberThe account number associated with the credential
Account TypeThe type of account associated with the credential
Account StatusThe current status of the account, such as active or closed
Security QuestionAn optional security question associated with the credential
Security AnswerThe answer to the security question, if applicable
Phone NumberThe phone number associated with the credential