We’ve expanded our business products and now offer two Dashlane plans in addition to new features.
Our business plans are now Dashlane Team and Dashlane Business.
The Dashlane Team plan is designed for companies of any size looking for a simple way to securely manage employee passwords and data. It’s everything our customers loved about our previous business plan, plus a built-in public WiFi VPN for browsing privately on unsecure networks or to access country-specific content and websites.
The Dashlane Business plan includes everything in the Team plan plus our most-requested feature: single sign-on integration. This feature integrates Dashlane’s advanced password management into an organization’s existing suite of IT tools through single sign-on (SSO). This capability means a seamless login experience for employees and easier on- and offboarding processes for the IT admins who need to deploy and manage software. Plus, every Business plan user at an organization will automatically get free family accounts to give the ease and security of Dashlane to five other people—a $90 annual value.
What else is new?
Dashlane provides the most-needed features for companies to understand and improve their digital security over time, without slowing down their business.
Dashlane is the only password manager with advanced reporting that tracks password improvement over time. Both Team and Business admins have access to the reporting dashboard via their Admin Console. There, admins can receive actionable insights on their employees’ Password Health Scores and help at-risk employees update their weak, reused, or compromised passwords. With this new historical reporting, admins can easily see the real impact of their security measures.
On the employee side, users receive Password Health Scores for both their Personal and Business Spaces. These breakdowns help employees see which passwords they should change with just a glance. Using Dashlane’s Password Generator, employees can update their weak, reused, or compromised credentials with secure and unique ones.
Additionally, Dark Web Monitoring is now added to the web app, making it available for users on Business and Team plans. This means that employees can add up to five email addresses, including their work email, for Dashlane to continually monitor. If we find any personal info or compromised data connected to those addresses somewhere it doesn’t belong, we’ll alert the user immediately.
All these features work together to give admins unprecedented visibility into their company security while providing employees with an easy way to manage their own password security.
We know that companies continue to face increasing cybersecurity risks. 2019 was a big year for breaches, 70% of employees still reuse passwords, and this year’s Verizon Data Breach and Investigations Report states that “the use of credentials [by criminals] has been on a meteoric rise.” Plus, the shift to more work-from-home and distributed workplaces introduces new vulnerabilities.
To optimize features within the administrative experience, we’re thinking of new ways to bring admins more enforceable policies and deeper visibility. This includes adding more reporting to our updated business products to provide a clear picture of how secure a company is and where the risks are.
As we move into the next year, we’ll be thinking about how to help admins enforce and take action to secure weak, reused, and compromised passwords. And we want to continue improving employees’ experience creating and maintaining unique and secure passwords.
Adopting a password management solution is essential to core business security. It could mean catastrophe if a breach occurs, and your business is only as safe as the weakest link—risky employee passwords.
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