7 Reasons Why 2-Step Verification Is Always Worth the Extra Effort
Is 2-step verification worth it? Using a second knowledge, inheritance, or possession factor for authentication improves security and privacy. Here’s how.
MFA for Shared Accounts: Eliminate Security Risks
Shared account MFA is one of the best ways to mitigate the security risks that come from sharing accounts and credentials.
How Dashlane Is Making 2FA Easier for IT Admins and Employees
Improvements to Dashlane’s 2FA make it even easier for IT admins to turn on and even more seamless for employees to use.
Top 5 Takeaways from the Authenticate 2022 Conference
Learn more about passkeys and hear our key takeaways from Authenticate 2022, a conference dedicated to user authentication and FIDO standards.
Ushering in the Passwordless Future at Dashlane
With a passwordless future on the horizon, Dashlane is excited to introduce integrated passkey support in our password manager and unveil the first in-browser passkey solution.
Is a Passwordless Future on the Way? What You Should Know About FIDO-Based Authentication
Could this passwordless authentication method finally be the solution we’ve all been waiting for?
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 of biometric authentication. Lip Motion Passwords authenticate a person by using the unique motion of their lips as they say a particular word or phrase. Unlike your fingerprint or iris scanners, […]
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 breach proved anything, it’s that today’s cyber threats are terrifyingly real. That said, 2016 has come with a slew of new cyber threats and surprising avenues of danger. If there’s […]
Dashlane and Google Establish New Open Source API Project to Enable Simple, Secure App Logins for Android Users
Today, we’re very excited to announce a very special open-source project that we’re working on with Google to enhance and simplify your security! Dashlane and Google, along with other leading password managers are collaboratively developing “Open YOLO” (You Only Login Once)–an open API for App Developers that will give Android apps the ability to access […]