It’s 2020—a year that simply sounds futuristic. And it’s true that the last decade delivered incredible shifts. We live with A.I. in our homes, the self-driving car is a reality, and social media has completely changed the way we understand and interact with the world.
But one aspect of our day-to-day lives seems still in the dark ages. We’ve come to dread the login screen. Every new account brings a new set of credentials to remember, and every time we add a new device it complicates everything all over again. The average person has over 150 accounts. That’s 150 different websites, with 150 different password requirements, and 150 different security questions—150 headaches that equal a big, pervasive problem.
The future is here but the internet seems stuck in the past.
It Doesn’t Need To Be This Way
Digital identity today is structured such that in order to use the websites, apps, and other digital services you love and need, you give each of these digital service providers the equivalent of a copy of your house key. Think about how often you type in your first name, last name, mailing address, and credit card. In addition to the constant friction you encounter whenever you register, login, or check out—you don’t know what companies are actually doing with that house key, how they’re securing it, or if they’re making copies of your key and trading or selling it.
This is one of the fundamental flaws with today’s internet. But it doesn’t need to be this way.
Dashlane is taking steps to bring the internet into the next era. We put all your passwords, payments, and personal info in one place. That information is encrypted and stored securely, accessible only to you. You can instantly access it wherever you are, on any device.
Not only is this a safer way to use the internet—it’s also simpler. No more hunting down passwords you’ve stored on random Post-it notes. No more wasted time filling out frustrating forms. With Dashlane’s autofill you can save up to 50 hours a year. That’s an entire weekend you can take back in 2020. Plus, you’ll have the priceless peace of mind that comes with knowing you’re gaining more control of your data.
Start the next decade off on the right foot.