Every single time a business has its system breached and its passwords made public, every other business breathes a collective sigh of relief that it didn’t happen to them. But it could happen to you if you don’t take the protection of your employee’s passwords seriously.
No company wants the hassle and the scandal of having to tell everyone that their password has been exposed and all of their information is compromised. You want your employees to feel confident that you will take care of their sensitive information and that they won’t have to worry.
Dashlane is a company that will make sure all of your employees can rest easy and you won’t have to worry about a breach.
If you want to help condense the number of passwords your employees need to remember, then you need to get Dashlane. You can have all of your passwords protected but only have to remember one. That would make it so much easier on everyone.
You wouldn’t have employees constantly getting locked out of this or that and needing their passwords reset all of the time.
Your employees will like that no matter what they put in that you can’t see it either. It all automatically becomes encrypted so they couldn’t creep on your information anyway.
While you only need one password, you can still keep your personal and professional credentials separate.
This will make onboarding new employees super easy and less stressful.
Employees can also gain access to their information no matter where they are, not only at work. There’s nothing worse than looking something up at work and forgetting it bring the information home and then not being able to get in until the next time you are back in the office.
Getting Dashlane set up is extremely easy. Once it’s installed and all passwords are recorded and the information encrypted, that’s all you need to do. After that you have single sign-on so you don’t have to worry about the rest.
If you are worried about your employee information getting hacked, that’s fine, but don’t. Even if that were to happen, it would all be encrypted.
It will also go through all of your passwords and let you know which employees need to create stronger ones. This is important because 80% of hacked passwords are because they are too weak.
Let’s look at some of the things they can offer.
- Give you a password health score
- Allow you to sync across all of your devices
- Auto login, SSO option
- Ability to edit, store, save, and generate passwords
- Mobile app
There are over 18,000 companies out there using Dashlane already. That’s over 14 million customers that have trusted their passwords to Dashlane.
They have also been featured on safetydetectives.com list of the top 5 business password managers for 2021 and on techradar.com as one of the top business password management software for 2020.
If you still aren’t sure, you can sign up for free. if you have a small business where you might only have up to 50 passwords on one device, it is completely free. You can also get a free 30-day trial of the Premium package.
Seems like we can’t find a reason not to try it.
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