The leading data conference in the country recognizes Dashlane’s solutions in personal data & security
NEW YORK – August 21, 2012 – Dashlane, a New York-based start-up, announced today it has won the DataWeek Awards for both Top Innovator in Personal Data and Top Innovator in Data Privacy & Law. It is the only company this year to win two awards. Dashlane is an app, available on desktop and mobile, that enables instant checkouts, registrations, and logins universally across the web without any integration — operating on a top-notch security and privacy platform.
“We have endeavored to build the most private and secure place possible for people to store and then access their personal data,” said Dashlane CEO Emmanuel Schalit. “We are proud to be a tech company that has made it impossible for not just hackers, but also our own employees, to access our users’ personal data.”
Dashlane securely stores all kinds of personal data that are required to transact and navigate online — everything from passwords to ID’s to payment and contact info — enabling users to instantly complete login and checkout forms, and never have to worry about remembering or generating passwords again.
User privacy and security is Dashlane’s first priority. All personal data is locally-encrypted with AES-256 and saved under one master password that is only known to the user — not even Dashlane has access to it.
The Dashlane app is free to download at https://www.dashlane.com.
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Dashlane is an app, available on desktop and mobile, that enables instant checkouts, registrations, and logins universally across the web without any integration — operating on a top-notch security and privacy platform. For Dashlane media inquiries, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 646.853.4170.
Joe Ziemer, TriplePoint for Dashlane