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2023 Password Manager Comparison: Free and Paid Options
Review the features and plans of the leading password managers to perform a thoughtful password manager comparison.
How Strong Is Your Password & Should You Change It?
Here’s how to create and manage strong passwords, when to change a password, and how hackers try to steal information.
Dark Web Monitoring: Your Employees Are Likely Using Compromised Passwords
Think your enterprise password policy is keeping your organization secure from attack? Think again.
How to Shine a Light on the Dark Web
Learn about the dark web and how to protect yourself and your organization with tools from Dashlane.
Do You Have These 6 Cybersecurity Basics Down?
Here are 6 basic things you can do to strengthen your personal and professional cybersecurity.
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….
One of the Most Common Data Breaches Your Organization Can Prevent with One Step
Learn why eliminating reused passwords is the simplest form of defending against cyber threats.
It’s Time to Start Using These Two Essential Dashlane Features
With a password manager, IT admins don’t need to spend all day thinking about and updating passwords or searching for places where they may have been leaked—Dashlane’s Password Health and Dark Web Monitoring tools help with the heavy lifting.
Over 250,000 Instacart Users’ Personal Data for Sale on the Dark Web
Instacart denies their systems have been breached, so what happened and what should you do now? We break it down.
Almost 30 Million LiveJournal Accounts Compromised, Sold on Dark Web
In 2014, LiveJournal suffered a security breach, which compromised 26+ million user credentials. The breach was not reported, and it appears these credentials have been circulating ever since.
Home Chef One of 11 New Data Breaches Resulting in Millions of User Records for Sale on the Dark Web
Two weeks after Bleeping Computer reported that 8 million user records had been posted to a marketplace on the dark web, Home Chef has confirmed the data breach.