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See How G2 Users Rate Keeper vs Dashlane

Feature

Keeper

Dashlane

Ease of Use

Keeper

9.2/10

Dashlane

8.7/10
Meets Requirements

Keeper

9.5/10

Dashlane

9.0/10
Mobile App Usability

Keeper

9.1/10

Dashlane

8.4/10
Multi-Device Use

Keeper

9.5/10

Dashlane

9.1/10
Quality of Support

Keeper

9.1/10

Dashlane

8.6/10

Why Keeper is the Best Dashlane Alternative

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Keeper Offers Hosting In Multiple Regions Globally

Keeper offers hosting in the following regions:

  • United States
  • United States Government Cloud
  • Europe
  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Japan

Dashlane customers do not have a choice of where their data is hosted. The company hosts all customer data, including US customers, in Dublin, Ireland.

Role-Based Enforcement Policies

Keeper Security supports nodes and organisational units that accommodate any-sized organisation across all major industries.

The Keeper Administrator can structure password management policies by role, team and organisational unit. Thus, different divisions, branches, brands and office locations of an organisation can all be protected with Keeper, while having different access rights, permissions and policies for enforcing secure password management across the company.

Dashlane does not support role-based enforcement policies or delegated administration.

Monitoring, Auditing and Reporting Options

Keeper offers extensive reporting on password behavior. In addition to providing aggregate security audits, Keeper also provides event logging for over 175 event types, enables event-based alerts and allows for the capability to log events to an external system.

Keeper's Compliance Reporting functionality also allows admins to monitor and report the access permissions of privileged accounts across the entire organisation, in a zero-trust and zero-knowledge security environment.

Dashlane is limited in its reporting and monitoring tools, offering only user activation status, company audit score and usage activity for administrators. There is no password event data logging or robust compliance reporting functionality.

Organisation and Sharing Capabilities

Keeper provides granular organisation and taxonomy of encrypted records. It utilises folders and subfolders for securely storing and organising credentials, metadata and files. Users can then share individual records, folders and subfolders.

With record types, Keeper admins also have access to more out-of-the-box template types and field types. Keeper admins have more controls over which record types are available and to whom they are available.

Dashlane does not support shared or customised folders for organisations.

Cloud-Based Secrets Management

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 any type of confidential data, integrated directly into Keeper.

Dashlane does not offer secrets management.

Security Certifications

Keeper has the longest-standing SOC 2 Type 2, ISO 27001 and TRUSTe certifications in the industry. Keeper's information security management system (ISMS) ensures strict security controls are in place to protect customer data and ensure the secure operation of its products and services.

Dashlane has not exhibited the same rigor in security practices. It has yet to obtain SOC 2 Type 2 and ISO 27001 certifications.

Other Critical Differentiators

Keeper's desktop application can be deployed to your organisation's end-users, enabling fast and secure access to their Keeper Vaults. Used in conjunction with Keeper Desktop, KeeperFill for Apps also provides a simple login solution for native applications.

Dashlane does not have a fully-featured desktop vault.

* Data as of March 2, 2023

Keeper Has Better Security and More Features Than Dashlane

Keeper Enterprise leads the market in capabilities and functionality

Feature

Keeper

Dashlane Business

Zero-Knowledge

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

Yes
Admin Console

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

Yes
Active Directory Integration

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

Yes
Two-Factor Codes in Record

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

Yes
Record History

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

Yes
Sharing Records

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

Yes
Fully customisable record types

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

Yes
Record level Encryption

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

No
Role-Based Enforcement

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

No
Delegated Admin

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

No
Shared Folders

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

No
DUO and RSA SecurID

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

No
Developer API

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

No
SCIM Integration

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

No
Vault Transfer

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

No
Desktop App Filling

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

No
Secure Add-Ons
Secure File Storage

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

Yes
Dark Web Monitoring

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

Yes
Compliance Reporting

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

No
Secrets Management

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

No
Privileged Session Management

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

No
Encrypted Messaging

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

No
Advanced Reporting and Alerts with SIEM Integration

Keeper

Yes

Dashlane

No
Already using Dashlane? Easily migrate to Keeper.

Already using Dashlane? Easily migrate to Keeper.

Moving your passwords from Dashlane to Keeper is simple and secure. Your information stored in Dashlane- including passwords, folders, subfolders, notes and accounts- can be migrated to Keeper with just a few clicks while maintaining full encryption.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Keeper vs Dashlane: Which is better for mobile?

Both Keeper and Dashlane offer a mobile app. However, the Dashlane app is a more limited version of the desktop app, and does not offer password import. The Keeper app is a sleek, optimised, speedy app with full functionality and a great user experience.

Is Dashlane actually secure?

Yes, Dashlane is secure. Dashlane uses end-to-end 256-bit AES encryption and is zero-knowledge, similar to Keeper. However, Keeper is ISO 27001 certified and SOC 2 compliant – Dashlane claims that its products are audited regularly, but results for these audits are hard to find.

Why is Keeper the best password manager?

Keeper is the best password manager because it offers advanced, proprietary encryption methods on a zero-knowledge platform, fully-featured apps for every type of device and unique features like One-Time Share. Users can also store passkeys and secure files along with passwords.

Is Dashlane free?

Both Dashlane and Keeper offer a free, limited-feature option for individuals looking for a simple password manager to use on only one device. However, businesses need more advanced features than any free password manager can offer.

How do you cancel a Dashlane premium account?

To cancel your Dashlane subscription, you have to cancel it from where you paid for your subscription. Visit the Dashlane Support page on Managing Billing and Subscription to learn how to cancel your Dashlane premium account.

How do you delete a Dashlane account?

Visit the Dashlane deletion page to delete your account. You will be required to fill out a form to begin the deletion process. After submitting the form, you will receive an email with a confirmation security code. Enter the confirmation code on the deletion page and click "Delete my account."

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