LastPass Enterprise Benefits

Mark Wight
ICT Manager at Onefortyone
Previously, we used to use an Excel spreadsheet internally. It didn't have a password on it. If we did get compromised by a cyber attack, people could actually gain access to all our passwords. Whereas, what LastPass does is, it locks it down. If you go to the spreadsheet, you see every password but if you go into LastPass, you don't actually see the passwords right in front of your eyes, it's quite good from that aspect. It also allows you to share passwords. You set groups up and only give people access to certain stuff, whereas on our Excel sheet, everyone who had access to that sheet, all the IT staff, could see passwords that they really didn't deal with, or didn't need access to. Now, we can split between our database people: to our network engineers, to our application support; they've all got different requirements for different passwords, so we can segregate it quite nicely. View full review »
Luis Enrique
Network Engineer at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
If you have a password manager, there's improvement for the organization, of course. For the users themselves, they're using more complicated passwords; no more having the same password everywhere. And to access the Vault, you need two-factor identification: a master password and the two-factor. And all of this is encrypted. So security has increased. For those who are using it in the organization, it has improved their security for sure. View full review »
Privacy9786
Founder & CEO: Cybersecurity legal Practice at a legal firm with 1-10 employees
This product has given us the ability to share passwords, which allows for redundancy in a secure, trusted environment. By redundancy, I am referring to the ability for different people to securely access sensitive information. It is our sole, authorized password manager. View full review »
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SrMgrGlo768f
Senior Manager, Global Service Desk at a tech vendor with 1,001-5,000 employees
It provides us the ability to create different levels of access for different teams. We can create a profile for a service desk person versus an application administrator versus an IT manager, so we can have access to different applications provisioned. Therefore, the password changing process isn't as onerous. View full review »
CoFounde2b57
Co-Founder at a consultancy with 51-200 employees
It definitely has allowed us to manage the passwords a lot better. From a security standpoint, we don't have to worry about changing passwords every time one person leaves. That is a big improvement in our productivity. View full review »
Engineere89a
Engineering at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
It's kept our enterprise, specifically our internal organization, more private and secure. It keeps everything encrypted, including our user's passwords. View full review »
Assistanea19
Assistant Director of Technology Support at a university with 1,001-5,000 employees
It's improved security; we don't have to worry about people storing password loosely and securing them. View full review »
SocManageff5
SOC Manager at a retailer with 5,001-10,000 employees
* It increased security around password management for teams and collaborative efforts with external vendors. * A reduction in the number of sensitive passwords stored insecurely on our local systems. View full review »
Learn what your peers think about LastPass Enterprise. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: April 2020.
418,646 professionals have used our research since 2012.