What Is Data Privacy & Why Is It Important?
Data privacy practices safeguard our ability to control how our personal or confidential information is communicated, stored, or shared.
Cybersecurity Tricks and Treats For Fall
Learn about fall 2022 cybersecurity trends, like the rise of AI, plus security apps to keep you safe on Halloween and year-round.
Voter Privacy and Everything Else to Know on Election Day
Ahead of the 2022 midterm election, learn what personal information is collected during voter registration, your privacy rights at the polling station, and how to protect your ballot.
Tips for Women (By Women) on How to Stay Safe On and Offline
Women around the world are breaking down barriers while tackling the work to be done. We, the women of Dashlane,…
A Conversation About Privacy: Dashlane’s “Five Laws”
Internal conversations about what, exactly, privacy means to us led to codifying and publishing our “laws” of privacy here at Dashlane.
Uncharted Digital Waters: How Private Are Telehealth Platforms?
Since the start of the pandemic, telehealth platforms have been more necessary than ever. But are they a target for cybercriminals?
Marketers Dish About Data Privacy at Dashlane
Three of Dashlane’s marketing experts divulge third-party cookie workarounds for advertisers, how Dashlane approaches data security, and their love/hate relationship with ads.
Google Is Replacing Third-Party Cookies, But Is Better Privacy the Clear Outcome?
A future without third-party cookies. Less tracking means a more privacy-focused online experience, but does Google really value user trust over ad dollars?
Is Your Work Laptop Secure?
Nowadays, where does your kitchen table end and your desk begin? When does your morning routine end and your first hour on the clock begin? Here’s what you should and shouldn’t do on your work computer to protect your personal data.
What You Can Learn About Cybersecurity From Snooping on Your Crush Online
We may not be proud of it, but most of us have creeped on a crush or ex online when curiosity got the best of us. Here’s how to turn it into a lesson rather than—like your therapist told you— an unhealthy waste of time.