Dashlane has updated its suite of enterprise plans to offer stronger security tools for IT admins and introduced Dashlane Starter – a tool geared towards teams of up to 10 people. Starter makes it easy to get started by packing Dashlane’s password management tools into a flexible, no-obligation plan that costs just $20 a month.
Whether you’re a small business, a fast-growing startup, or a global organization with thousands of employees, no business should operate without basic access security,” says JD Sherman, CEO of Dashlane.” He adds, “We see it every day in the headlines – weak or compromised passwords are responsible for the most common and damaging security breaches for businesses. Deploying a password manager is a low-stakes investment for a high-stakes problem, and we are committed to serving as the first line of defense for all businesses, regardless of size.
Visibility of risks across the organization
Real-time dark web insights allow admins to see how many of their users’ passwords have been compromised and at what percentage. Dashlane continuously scans 20 billion records attached to hacks or security breaches – adding a million new records every day – to ensure no threat goes undetected.
Dashlane’s Dark Web Insights feature gives admins the power to scan their entire organization for data breaches, and isn’t limited to those using the app – affected employees can be invited to start using Dashlane right away via the built-in begin job deployment. When admins combine the alerting feature with the ability to generate new, random, unique passwords through the app, they can seamlessly take action as soon as they are notified of compromised credentials.
It’s really useful to always know if and when your employees have experienced a breach,” said Dashlane customer Heather Hankins, a security specialist at the National Educational Telecommunications Association, a professional services organization with about 50 employees. “That way, if you help them deal with it [a breach]also educate them and give them valuable safety advice to prevent this from happening in the future.
2FA across the enterprise
The standalone Dashlane Authenticator app is now available for download on iOS and Android devices. This new addition to the app allows users to add multi-factor authentication (MFA) quickly and easily, greatly improving the security of their account.
The Authenticator app provides an extra layer of security for all your accounts with 2-factor authentication (2FA) and works seamlessly with Dashlane’s password manager. The Dashlane Authenticator app makes it easy to set up two-factor authentication for items in your vault and securely share those passwords with colleagues.
Dashlane offers live phone support
The company’s introduction of live phone support addresses a common administrator pain point. Business plan users can now request and book a call directly with the Dashlane support team Monday through Friday between 9:00am and 6:00pm EST.
In the coming months, enterprise customers will receive software updates that allow them to create accounts for employees faster, track changes made by those employees, and delete them in bulk.
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