Keeper vs Dashlane: Comparing Password Management Solutions
August 10, 2022
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Written by Craig Lurey
The main difference between Keeper and Dashlane lies in their functionalities and scope. While Dashlane primarily functions as a basic password manager with an included password generator tool, Keeper sets itself apart as a comprehensive, enterprise-level solution within a broader suite of cybersecurity tools. This suite encompasses not only password management, but also secrets and connection management.
Dashlane vs Keeper: Features and Capabilities
Role-Based Access Controls (RBAC)
Keeper Business and Enterprise administrators can structure password management policies by role, team and organizational unit, making it easy to give employees access only to the information they need to do their jobs. Setting strict RBAC restrictions enhances secure password management across the enterprise, protects against insider attacks and prevents threat actors from moving laterally within the network.
With Dashlane, there are only two designated roles to choose from: admin or member. Dashlane does not support role-based access control policies or delegated administration.
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Keeper’s extensive reporting feature helps businesses in all industries comply with industry and regulatory cybersecurity compliance standards.
Dashlane has limited reporting and monitoring tools, with no password event data logging or robust compliance reporting functionality.
Secure Sharing Capabilities
Sharing information is essential for collaborative teamwork in a business environment. Keeper makes it easy to organize and share folders. End users can create personal folders that are only visible to the folder’s creator, and administrators can create shared folders for teams. If a user is removed from a team, the user’s access is revoked from viewing any folders that were previously shared with them.
Although Dashlane offers basic group sharing capabilities, it does not offer the same robust customization options as Keeper, so companies can’t tailor Dashlane to their needs.
Additional Keeper Features Unavailable on Dashlane
Keeper Secrets Manager provides an extra layer of security to businesses looking for a tool to secure secrets, API keys, access keys and more. Secrets management is essential for businesses and enterprises seeking a secure way to protect sensitive data and privileged accounts.
Remote Desktop Connection
Keeper Connection Manager is an agentless remote desktop gateway available in on-premise or cloud environments. Teams can easily connect to their machines from anywhere, using just their web browser. Keeper Connection Manager offers session recording, multi-user session sharing, role-based access controls and more.
Dashlane does not offer secrets management or remote desktop connection solutions.
Full-Featured Desktop Application
Keeper is available for download as a mobile application, a desktop application and a browser extension for all major browsers. Dashlane is available as a browser extension and mobile application, but it does not have a full-featured desktop vault.
Which Is Better: Keeper or Dashlane?
Moving your passwords from Dashlane.com to Keeper is simple and secure. Information stored in Dashlane, including passwords, folders, subfolders, notes and accounts, can be imported over to Keeper in a few easy clicks while maintaining full encryption. Dash over to Keeper and start the migration process today.
Teams seeking an all-in-one security solution should look to Keeper. With Keeper Enterprise, organizations get a full suite of cybersecurity solutions:
Password manager — Keeper’s password manager protects your passwords and other confidential data with the ultimate in security, visibility and control
Secrets manager — Keeper Secrets Manager is a fully managed, cloud-based, zero-knowledge platform for securing infrastructure secrets such as API keys, database passwords, access keys, certificates and other confidential data.
Connection manager — Keeper Connection Manager provides DevOps and IT teams with effortless access to RDP, SSH, database and Kubernetes endpoints through a web browser.
Additionally, our platform offers 24/7 customer support to ensure you can always get your questions answered and your problems solved.
Craig Lurey is the CTO and Co-Founder of Keeper Security. Craig leads Keeper’s software development and technology infrastructure team. Craig and Darren have been active business partners in a series of successful ventures for over 20 years. Prior to building Keeper, Craig served at Motorola as a software engineer creating firmware for cellular base station infrastructure and founded Apollo Solutions, an online software platform for the computer reseller industry which was acquired by CNET Networks. Craig holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Iowa State University.
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