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Why Colleges and Universities Need a Password Manager
Here's why every college and university needs to protect themselves with a password manager.
Could My Self-Driving Car Get Hacked?
Virtually every facet of daily life is internet-accessible, including self-driving cars. Here’s what could happen if that access falls into the wrong hands.
Why Enterprise SSO Is Not Enough to Secure Your Business
Dashlane's CTO and Head of Security share some thoughts on the recent Okta breach and why enterprise SSO is not enough to secure a business.
What the Executive Order on Cybersecurity Tells Us About the Future of Tech
Biden’s executive order lays out a plan of action that applies to federal contractors, but it might also predict cybersecurity changes to the private sector.
4 Data Breaches at Law Firms and What You Can Learn From Them
Law offices are a target for hackers. Here’s how a password manager can boost your law firm's security, keep your data safe, and make your...
3 Times a Major Tech Company Was Hacked—And What Marketing Teams Can Learn
What can your marketing team learn from the Twitter, Facebook, and Canva data breaches?
Data Breach or Hack? Know the Difference.
We tend to use the terms interchangeably, but it’s important to know how to protect your company against both types of cyberattacks.
Password Managers are a Top Cyber Security Tool for Critical Infrastructure Systems
A cyber security researcher on a jet hacks into flight controls via its in-flight information system. A practical joker cracks the code for programming electronic...
DDoS Attacks Are Crippling Twitter, Amazon, and Reddit. Here’s How.
Updated 10/24/2016 On Friday, October 21, Twitter, Spotify, Reddit, AirBnb, Github, and several major websites reported outages due to a Distributed Denial of Service attack...