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Enterprise Security That Scales with You
Data breaches are expensive. 85% of breaches involve a human element – like password reuse. Password management is your best defense.
of workers put their employers at risk by using weak or reused passwords
of businesses struggle to balance and enforce security measures
of enterprises risk data breaches by not internally managing passwords*
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“LastPass allows Yelp to protect the credentials of all applications or tools, regardless if they are under IT management or not. The LastPass administrative features provide Yelp visibility and control over the password hygiene of our business, while being easy to use and reliable.”
Bryan ShieldsEngineering Manager, Yelp
“LastPass is a Great Enterprise Password Manager. LastPass is easy to integrate with corporate directory services and most users are familiar with the service from using it at home. We are able to have very granular control over shared vaults based on AD group memberships.”
Tim PIT Security Architect
“Once you empower employees with the right tools it makes it easier for them to manage their passwords, and from a security standpoint, it satisfies our audit needs. When you're working with auditors, if it's a name they know then they're usually more comfortable.”
Trace HesterEmployee Health Network