Dashlane makes identity and payments simple and secure everywhere, with its world-leading password manager and secure digital wallet. It is the solution for the common problem encountered by hundreds of millions of web users worldwide - that of registering, logging in and checking out on every website and every device. Over 2 million customers use Dashlane to manage their passwords, automatically log in, generate strong passwords, pay on any website with any card without typing, and more.
HQNew York, US
Size (employees)148 (est)+9%
Dashlane was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in New York, US
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Key People/Management at Dashlane

Jean Guillou

Jean Guillou

Co-Founder & Software Architect
Guillaume Maron

Guillaume Maron

Co-Founder & Director of Engineering
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Dashlane Office Locations

Dashlane has offices in New York, Paris and San Francisco
New York, US (HQ)
156 5th Avenue
Paris, FR
63 boulevard de Ménilmontant
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Dashlane Financials and Metrics

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Dashlane total Funding

$52.5 m

Dashlane latest funding size

$22.50 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago

Dashlane investors

Dashlane's latest funding round in May 2016 was reported to be $22.5 m. In total, Dashlane has raised $52.5 m
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Human Capital Metrics

Dashlane's employees are reported to be approximately 24% female and 76% male.
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Dashlane News and Updates

Dashlane 6: The App That's Solving the Digital Identity Crisis

NEW YORK, July 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Dashlane announces the release of Dashlane 6, the leading password manager app's answer to the digital identity crisis—the disorganized, unsecure trail of passwords, payments, personal information, emails, files, and more that people leave...

Dashlane launches mobile email inbox scanning to assess your online security hygiene

Password management app Dashlane has officially launched a new email Inbox Security Scan feature in its mobile app, promising to give users feedback and insights into the security status of their myriad online accounts. The company first teased the feature as part of its “kill the password” Project …

Mozilla’s Firefox aims to alert users if they’ve been hacked

Firefox Monitor, a new service in development, will automatically check your logins against a database of sites that have been hacked. Anyone with internet access has on average 150 online accounts, according to password manager app Dashlane. Since hackers regularly break into online sites, stealing…

Dashlane study: people are still terrible at making secure passwords

One of the most basic things you can do to protect yourself online is to use strong, complex, and distinct passwords. But a recent study of 61 million leaked passwords from Virginia Tech and Dashlane proves we’re still failing to do this. Virginia Tech Computer Science academic Professor Gang Wang p…

Nutella celebrates World Password Day with the worst security advice ever

It’s World Password Day today, which means you should probably think about how you’ve secured your online accounts, and how you can ensure that they’re not easily hacked. Following Nutella’s advice on the matter would probably be the worst thing you can do, though. I love Nutella as much as the next…
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