These New Alerts Notify You When Something’s Phishy
Dashlane is the first password manager to offer built-in, proactive phishing alerts. Now available in the Dashlane web extension.
Black Hat 2023 Review: The Seven Biggest Takeaways and What’s Ahead
The Black Hat 2023 security conference covered the power of AI, passkeys as the future of authentication, and much more.
Email Security Best Practices to Protect Your Business
Email security best practices combine cybersecurity tools with training and education to protect businesses from email-related cybercrimes.
8 of the Most Common Ways Hackers Steal Passwords
How do hackers get passwords? As hacking tactics like spyware, phishing, and man-in-the-middle attacks evolve, protection methods improve.
Password Psychology: How to Create Safe Passwords at Work
Password psychology uncovers how personality types and habits drive our password behavior and can make or break our online security profiles.
10 Common Passkey Questions and Their Answers, Straight from Dashlane’s Chief Product Officer
Dashlane’s Chief Product Officer discusses passkeys, including what they are, how they work, and how they can simplify your security.
11 Cyber Threats To Be Aware of & Defend Against
Cyber threats can come from both inside and outside an organization and are mitigated through the use of cybersecurity policies and tools.
Twitter’s 200 Million-User Email Leak: What to Know and How to Protect Your Info
Here’s what Twitter’s significant security breach means for 200 million users and what you can do if you were affected.
Cyber Threats: Your Guide to Common Terms
This glossary of key terms will help you get a handle on what to watch out for when it comes to cyber threats and attacks.
Don’t Get Hooked: Dashlane Celebrates “No Phishing Day”
In honor of Go Fishing Day on June 18th, we’re celebrating (and inventing) No Phishing Day by giving you a few quick tips on how to avoid phishing scams.
Why Colleges and Universities Need a Password Manager
Here’s why every college and university needs to protect themselves with a password manager.