Emmanuel Schalit brings more than 20 years of experience across the technology, cybersecurity, and media industries to his role as CEO of Dashlane. Emmanuel has steered the business from its inception in 2011 into one of the fastest-growing technology companies in North America. He oversees a global team of talented individuals in New York, Paris, and Lisbon.
Now More Than Ever
We have decided to launch a search for a new CEO, who will bring the track record of growing a software product to massive scale in the B2B world.
Facebook Shouldn’t Crash Your Apps
An outage across apps from Spotify to TikTok to Walmart shows why developers need to quit using their Menlo Park middleman.
If Data Is the New Oil, Where Is the New EPA?
If data is the new oil, the U.S. has been operating without an agency in charge of preventing spills or holding those responsible accountable when they occur.
The Age of Data as a Liability
This week, CNBC hosted a conversation between execs from DuckDuckGo, Facebook, and Mozilla on businesses’ responsibility for the customer data they collect. “I think there was an article of faith maybe ten years ago that all data should be kept because it will ultimately someday be valuable,” Alan Davidson, VP of global policy at Firefox […]
The Inflection Point: Why & Why Now
Today I am excited to share two important updates about Dashlane. We just closed a $110 million Series D led by Sequoia Capital, and Partner Jim Goetz is joining our board. Additionally, Joy Howard is joining as Chief Marketing Officer. Both announcements are fantastic news for Dashlane and are validation of our team’s hard work over the last few years. Jim and Joy bring […]
Dashlane Statement on Australia’s Pending Encryption-Breaking Legislation
Dashlane is aware of the preliminary actions taken by Australia’s government to require that developers potentially compromise the security of their platforms and users and will be watching its progress closely. While we understand the need for governments to have effective investigative and security procedures in place, the scope and reach of the legislation as […]
A Declaration of Digital Independence
Earlier this month, I delivered a Web Summit keynote about the importance of taking back control of your digital identity, so together we can build a better internet. Digital life is risky and complicated When it comes to our digital lives, this year was an extraordinary one—extraordinary not only in the sheer quantity and scale […]
Dashlane 6 Is Solving the Digital Identity Crisis for a Safer Digital Future
We’re at a pivotal moment in digital identity. Life online has left behind a disorganized, unsecure trail of passwords, payments, personal information, emails, files, and more, that has led to massive breaches and data abuses—like the ones at Facebook, Equifax, and Exactis. These risks impact us all, and the problem is only getting worse. While protecting accounts […]
Dashlane’s CEO on Why You Should Be Concerned About Your Data
Data privacy is a red-hot topic nowadays. Between the massive Equifax breach, the Cambridge Analytica and Facebook scandal, and all of the publicity generated by the European Union’s new GDPR legislation, now is as good a time as any to dive into the state of data privacy in America. Earlier this month, security researcher Vinny Troia says he […]
Dashlane Security Updates
Dear Dashlane user, In the last few days, we released a security update following a report from Tavis Ormandy, a security researcher from the Google Security Team. Tavis brought to our attention a potential security vulnerability in our browser extensions, which is corrected by this update. For the protection of our customers, Dashlane generally does […]
A New Round
Dear Dashlane Users, Yesterday marked an exciting milestone for Dashlane. We just announced that we raised our Series C round of financing and we would like to thank those who made it possible: you. Our success today is a reflection of the all the love, the support and the feedback we have received from you […]
Hacking in the Internet of Things Era
Last year, a security firm in the UK uncovered that they could gain access to a GoPro camera and secretly watch or eavesdrop on users…This kind of incident is not new. In December 2014, hackers succeeded in publishing thousands of webcam streams from individuals and businesses. By visiting a website one could watch what’s happening in […]