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9 Practical Password Security Best Practices
Password security best practices, including strong password creation and 2FA, create good password hygiene habits and protect your data.
7 Dangers of Sharing Passwords Without a Password Manager
The dangers of sharing passwords: data breaches, lost credentials, and unwanted access. Mitigate these risks with a secure, encrypted password-sharing portal.
6 Tips to Create Strong, Secure Passwords in a Digital World
Our digital world has increased the risk of hacking and data breaches. Follow these tips to create strong passwords and mitigate risk.
Changing Passwords: Best Practices for Remote Workers
With more employees working remotely, changing passwords can improve security, but only in certain instances.
A Guide to Protecting Passwords from Hackers
Hacking tactics including phishing, scamming, and brute-force attacks can be counteracted by protecting passwords with a password manager.
What Is Password Sharing & When Should I Use It
What is password sharing? Sharing logins is a common and often unavoidable practice that can be made safer through password management tools and practices.
The Most Notable Breaches That Kicked Off 2023
Here's a breakdown of the significant security breaches so far in 2023: LastPass, Norton LifeLock, Twitter, Mailchimp, FanDuel, and T-Mobile.
Why You Need to Have Secure Passwords in 2023
As user requirements for security, convenience, and compatibility evolve, the need for secure passwords is greater than ever in 2023.
How Often Should You Change Your Password for Online Accounts?
How often should you change your password? Smart password security habits and password managers are making preset interval changes obsolete.
How to Erase Saved Browser Passwords: Step-by-Step Guide
Follow our step-by-step guide on how to erase saved passwords from web browsers as you transition to a secure stand-alone password manager.
How To Remember Hard-To-Remember Passwords
Memorizing passwords can be risky if you choose an unsafe method. Here's how to remember strong passwords using a password manager.
3 Billion Reasons Your Small Business Needs a Password Manager
Unfortunately, it only takes one wrong click to expose sensitive customer data. Just ask Yahoo. Learn why a password manager can help.
Password Managers Are a Must for Energy and Utilities Companies. Here’s A Checklist to Get Started
Here's a checklist of things energy and utility providers can do to enhance cybersecurity for their business.
How to Create a Culture of Security
Keeping your business secure means involving every employee in your cybersecurity plan. Here’s where to start—and how Dashlane can help. Why create a culture of...
Top 5 Benefits and 3 Challenges of Implementing Identity and Access Management
Cybersecurity risks are on the rise, especially when it comes to data-driven companies. Identity and Access Management (IAM) can help.
Why SSO and a Password Manager Are the Perfect Pair
Salt and pepper. Peanut butter and jelly. Monday morning and a big pot of fresh coffee. Some things are just better together—like single sign-on and...
Understanding Your Dashlane Password Health Score
Understanding your Password Health Score with Dashlane allows you to control and protect your accounts and personal information.
Always Change Your Passwords After a Breach
Even though 91% of people understand it’s a bad idea, 59% still reuse their passwords. This means your compromised passwords are likely being used elsewhere.
10 Reasons Why Biometrics Won’t Replace Passwords Anytime Soon
Originally posted April 24, 2015 A few weeks ago, our weekly Dashlane Tech Check featured a brand-new discovery: "Lip Motion Passwords" could be the future...
5 Things Your New Employees Need to Know About Cyber Security from Week One
If you're a CEO or IT administrator, you'll need to spruce up on cyber security training before indoctrinating new hires. If the latest Yahoo data...
A Skeptic’s Guide to Password Managers and Security
You’ve probably seen a free password manager app advertised on tech blogs and magazines, security forums, digital ads, etc. and immediately thought: “That's a goldmine for hackers!”...