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Executive Order on Cybersecurity Names Password Managers Critical Software—What It Means for Your Business
After a recent executive order on cybersecurity, federal government now views password managers as critical to endpoint security—and you should, too.
Marketers Dish About Data Privacy at Dashlane
Three of Dashlane’s marketing experts divulge third-party cookie workarounds for advertisers, how Dashlane approaches data security, and their love/hate relationship with ads.
Cybersecurity Journalist Nicole Perlroth on How to Protect Your Data Amid a Global Cyber Arms Race
The New York Times journalist and author of "This Is How They Tell Me The World Ends" shares her predictions for the future and life-saving...
Google Is Replacing Third-Party Cookies, But Is Better Privacy the Clear Outcome?
A future without third-party cookies. Less tracking means a more privacy-focused online experience, but does Google really value user trust over ad dollars?
Solving the Human Security Problem: An Interview With JD Sherman, Dashlane CEO
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."
World Password Day 2021: Password “Origin Stories” From Your Friends at Dashlane
Celebrate World Password Day 2021 by submitting your password origin story to win free Dashlane for life.
Class Is in Session With Dashlane’s Worst Password Awards
We're sharing our first-ever, mid-year Worst Password Awards, which take a spin on senior superlatives to spotlight those that didn’t make the grade so far...
Is Netflix Really Cracking Down on Password Sharing? Plus, the Dos and Don’ts of Sharing Any Password.
Is the streaming giant actually going to kick grandma off your account? Plus, the best way to share passwords with anyone, anywhere.
Privacy Is a Privilege: How Surveillance Culture Impacts Women
For Women’s History Month, we’re looking at cybersecurity as it affects women, from surveillance as a feminist issue, to the collection of women-specific data online,...
Interview With a Hacker: Rachel Tobac Tells You How to Defend Yourself From…Well, Her!
Rachel Tobac, a white hat hacker and the CEO of SocialProof Security, tells us just how paranoid we need to be online.
4 Ways Tech Has Changed Relationships—For the Better
Normally, articles like this are rife with doom and gloom pearl-clutching about the decline of eye contact and the horrors of convenience culture, but after...
New Attacks Targeting Remote Workers, Recent CISA Analysis Reveals
The shift to remote work has forced companies to change how they think about their security. CISA recently published a report highlighting an increase in...
5 Things to Know Before Sharing Passwords With Your Partner
You may not be ready for a joint bank account, but you are ready to share passwords for streaming. Here are a few things to...
New Research Uncovers the State of Security in the Workplace
Dashlane recently conducted a survey with Harris Poll that explored what U.S. employees think about online security and password management.
This Documentary Will Make You Want to Quit Social Media
You won’t be shocked by anything you learn in The Social Dilemma but the revelations will still unnerve you.
What’s Going on at TikTok?
They say all press is good press, but scan any recent article about TikTok and the adage is called into question. We dive into all...
How Corona Masks Are Saving Privacy (For Now)
As public surveillance measures increase, the global pandemic is inadvertently offering protection from facial recognition technology. But how long until the algorithms catch up?
Major Brands Are Joining the Campaign, But How Can Individuals Help #StopHateForProfit?
Companies are coming together to advocate for change at Facebook. Here are some things things we can all do to help stop the spread of...
A Bigger Threat than Climate Change
An amendment to protect the privacy of Americans’ internet browsing history lost in the Senate. The loss is more dangerous to us than climate change....
Facebook Shouldn’t Crash Your Apps
An outage across apps from Spotify to TikTok to Walmart shows why developers need to quit using their Menlo Park middleman.
If Data Is the New Oil, Where Is the New EPA?
If data is the new oil, the U.S. has been operating without an agency in charge of preventing spills or holding those responsible accountable when...
A Closer Look at Loretta: Big Tech’s Big Game Commercials
Viewed through the reality of surveillance capitalism, Big Tech's commercials last Sunday take on a new light.
Why You Should Value Privacy, Even If You Have Nothing to Hide
Each day, people adopt technologies and accept policies that ask them to trade privacy for greater convenience or perceived security: from smart home devices, to...
GDPR’s Shortcomings Give Guidance for Future Privacy Laws
Everyone celebrates the holiday season differently, but one experience we all shared this December was the flood of emails from seemingly every company we’ve ever...