CyberArk Privileged Access Management vs. Dashlane

Overview
ProductRatingMost Used ByProduct SummaryStarting Price
CyberArk Privileged Access Management
Score 8.0 out of 10
N/A
CyberArk is a privileged account and access security suite issued by the company of the same name in Massachusetts . The Core Privileged Access Security Solution unifies Enterprise Password Vault, Privileged Session Manager and Privileged Threat Analytics to protect an organization’s most critical assets.N/A
Dashlane
Score 9.2 out of 10
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Dashlane is a password management solution designed to enable admins to easily onboard, offboard, and manage their employees with the assurance that company data is safe. And employees can enjoy a way to manage their work and personal accounts with a solution boasting millions of users.
$2
per month
Pricing
CyberArk Privileged Access ManagementDashlane
Editions & Modules
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Individual Free
$0
per month
Starter
$2
Individual Advanced
$2.75
Individual Premium
$4.99
per month
Team
$5
per user/per month
Business
$6
per user/per month
Family Premium
$7.49
per month
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Offerings
Pricing Offerings
CyberArk Privileged Access ManagementDashlane
Free Trial
YesYes
Free/Freemium Version
NoYes
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
NoNo
Entry-level Setup FeeNo setup feeNo setup fee
Additional DetailsCyberArk offers a variety of Identity Security packages for different user types within an organization.
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Community Pulse
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User Ratings
CyberArk Privileged Access ManagementDashlane
Likelihood to Recommend
8.0
(9 ratings)
9.2
(31 ratings)
Likelihood to Renew
-
(0 ratings)
10.0
(1 ratings)
Usability
-
(0 ratings)
8.7
(18 ratings)
Support Rating
7.2
(4 ratings)
9.4
(4 ratings)
User Testimonials
CyberArk Privileged Access ManagementDashlane
Likelihood to Recommend
Cyberark
The system is great for enterprise or larger IT departments or teams where temporary or full access may be given using privileged IDs. Requirements for needing local admin access is also eliminated which can help with specific Windows workstation related tasks. It can be very useful when working with remote teams or contractors who may need temporary access to a system when required.
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Dashlane
It is well suited in org where password protection is mandatory. Most companies need it hence as the service you're providing needs to have a secure vault and this is where dashlane comes in picture. Also great as a authenticator app. Even has VPN for those that need. It is less suited for personal projects.
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Pros
Cyberark
  • Automatically discover new servers on the network and take control of the local admin password by vaulting it and ensuring nobody knows the password. A different password on every server.
  • Automatically roll the password in a configurable manner - after each use, after a certain period of time, etc.
  • Track and govern sensitive account usage by ensuring only properly authorized users can access the vault and obtain the credentials and then monitor usage.
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Dashlane
  • Their Secure Notes are an easy and great way to save and protect important data and notes not specifically password-related.
  • I really like their Payments feature. I've used that at my desk and when traveling to fill-in payment information on the fly.
  • I've recently begun using Dashlane with PassKeys and found the process to be simple and intuitive to use.
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Cons
Cyberark
  • GUI - right now everything is on one page/dashboard. Some level of folder/Safe type view would be great
  • More options when storing passwords - especially for network based passwords
  • Better integrations with vendors like Cisco so that admins dont need to really get the password from the vault (think Last Pass type add on)
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Dashlane
  • Some of our language and explanations could be simpler. Most users are not security professionals, they just want to get into applications and do their jobs.
  • Guidelines for diagnosing and fixing problems can always be clearer and better targeted toward laypeople.
  • Sometimes we need to change a user's email address (like if they change their name). Changing email addresses is very hard if not impossible. It appears to be impossible once it's set in the account.
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Likelihood to Renew
Cyberark
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Dashlane
It has served us very well until now and at the pricepoint it doesn't make us second guess our current relationship.
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Usability
Cyberark
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Dashlane
We previously used LastPass, which was also an excellent alternative for Dashlane. Dashlane seems to have more security features compare to LastPass. We can send pass to any user in our organization easily also we can share details with our clients. we can securely manage all the pass in our vault and timely change it when it's time comes.
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Support Rating
Cyberark
Customer support and technical support have always been great when we require assistance. Especially when we come across issues that we're not familiar with.
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Dashlane
We've had no issues with Dashlane. I can't speak to their customer service because I have not personally needed to contact them. I guess that speaks about their product if we've not had any issues to reach out about. Great for supporting data/information on multiple platforms that are shared among team members.
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Alternatives Considered
Cyberark
It is known as one of the safest products in the market. It has good support and is also available as on-premise. You can run it virtually on VMWare (and probably on other hypervisors as well). You can have a second instance on bare metal and that makes it a very safe system.
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Dashlane
Dashlane loses against 1Password in almost every way. The only aspect that is better for Dashlane is the ability to share with your organization as it will pre-populate a list of users.
I didn't select Dashlane, it was selected for me. If it was up to me, I would choose 1Password over Dashlane all the time.
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Return on Investment
Cyberark
  • Decreased the probability of an external cyber attack to privileged accounts..
  • Management can control privileged account life cycle management more effectively
  • Recording privileged sessions allows our organization to play back exactly the point of a breach or malicious behavior
  • Automated system to manage and verify passwords, as privileged accounts are constantly created and deleted
  • Automatic PWD change functionality will substantially decrease probability of PWD theft or misuse.
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Dashlane
  • Productivity has never been a concern since we have used products like Dashlane in the past, but the security features provide great peace of mind.
  • Far less time has been spent on credential management
  • It is easy to share new account password and credentials with others with the organization
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ScreenShots

CyberArk Privileged Access Management Screenshots

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Dashlane Screenshots

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