At Dashlane, we think autonomy and innovation are key factors for success. Autonomy of teams and autonomy of people allow us to reduce waste and increase team satisfaction, for example, by not validating every decision with the top management. We also believe that autonomy is required for innovation. People & teams can only innovate if they have the freedom to experiment with things they think matter, in their own way.
The tradition of “Spring Cleaning” is a great reminder to get both your closets and lives in order. In today’s world, it’s not enough to keep your physical life clean—digital skeletons can cause infinitely more destruction than a dusty shoe-rack. Recently we’ve seen major data breaches from Yahoo, to Cloudflare to Yahoo again…hopefully convincing you that there is no excuse for risky online behavior.
But, let’s be honest–sometimes, getting your digital life in order can feel overwhelming and time-consuming. Luckily, we can help! We have put together this handy list of easy “Digital Spring Cleaning” tips to help you clean up your digital life in no time….no rubber gloves necessary.
Password managers are effective tools that individuals, families, and businesses can use to store and organize the passwords they use for various online accounts. However, some people worry that these apps won’t provide the kind of security necessary to protect their sensitive information from hackers.
I completely understand your hesitation, and I’m here to help! In this handbook, I’ll explain how password managers work, the security measures they include, and how you can strengthen the security of these applications.