5 LGBTQIA+ Tech Organizations to Join or Support During Pride Month
Learn about the organizations uplifting LGBTQIA+ tech professionals and using tech to support the community at large.
What the Coming Securities and Exchange Commission Regulations Mean for Your Investment Firm
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has proposed new rules that would require specific cybersecurity risk management actions for registered investment advisers and funds.
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, got together to discuss many important issues, including one we’re uniquely passionate about–security. As women, we are acutely aware of unique cyber threats targeting women, from nonconsensual access to online accounts to online harassment and […]
4 Ways Tech Has Changed Relationships—For the Better
Normally, articles like this are rife with doom and gloom pearl-clutching about the decline of eye contact and the horrors of convenience culture, but after a year in which the necessity of tech-mediated social contact became a balm rather than a bug, we decided to take a more uplifting angle.
Dashlane in Dark Mode & Dark Theme
Dashlane has just released a new version of our app that supports “Dark Mode” in iOS and “Dark theme” in Android. These new settings change the usually bright themes of iOS and Android to darker colors. A darker color scheme is better for your eyes in low-light situations—decreasing strain and discomfort—and it doesn’t disturb those […]
The Technology Stack Powering Dashlane
– Updated October 20 2021 – Our users, partners, and job candidates often ask, “what is the technology stack we use?” “What are the engines behind Dashlane?” Let’s pop the hood and take a look inside! Dashlane’s Tech Stack From Day 1, we aimed to build the best application possible for each environment and take […]
2017 dotJS Conference Announced
Dashlane Security Meetup: Discussing Malware and House Intercom Attacks
Last Thursday, we hosted the Paris Security Meetup in the Dashlane Office in Paris. 40 guests joined us for 2 discussions: The first was related to the investigation of a password-stealing malware. It was a very interesting step-by-step analysis of how malware programs operate. The second was around house intercoms. We discussed how new models of intercoms that […]
We Rebuilt the UI of our iOS App with Chainable Data Sources. Here’s How.
A few months ago, we set out to rebuild the UI of our redesigned iOS app. We wanted to give our iOS users a simpler, efficient app, with the usages and polish they would expect from their favorite service and platform. Behind the scenes, we wanted to make our app even more robust and maintainable, […]