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Resources, commentary, and product tips from the cybersecurity experts at Dashlane

Workplace Tips

These are the most common threats to look out for so your company can prevent cybersecurity incidents.

In honor of Go Fishing Day on June 18th, we’re celebrating (and inventing) No Phishing Day by giving you a few quick tips on how to avoid phishing scams.

When it comes to cybersecurity in business, the 3 most important aspects are employees, tech, and processes.

We tend to use the terms interchangeably, but it’s important to know how to protect your company against both types of cyberattacks.

There are four main ways employees approach cybersecurity. Here’s what you can expect from each approach.

JD Sherman reflects on the future of workplace security. “The challenge is security is not just a technology problem,” he says, “it’s a human problem.”

What the Hack

Phishing attempt with fishing lure

A lump grew in my throat. I’d been conned. More specifically, I’d been phished. And it had nothing to do with the band.

Juice jacking USB devices

What might be the only thing more frustrating than getting juice jacked? Being the first documented case of it.

Internet user disguised while using VPN

What a VPN does is make you anonymous, mysterious, private—masking your location and your data and your browsing activity.

Laptop experiencing a brute force attack

Brute-force attacks are like when you spend five minutes jamming the wrong key into your front door, hoping it might finally work.

Camera focusing on keyboard

Imagine your keyboard gossiping behind your back, spilling your deepest, darkest, and most embarrassing secrets to the world.


If you want to remember the concept behind dead man’s switch, just think of legendary character actor Joe Morton.

Dashlane’s Web-First Experience

Updating to a Web-First Dashlane Experience

We’re sharing an update that we plan to discontinue support for the Mac and Windows apps. Here’s why—and what you can expect from Dashlane’s web-first experience.