Secure repository for saving & sharing logins and other sensitive information
Leah Jakaitis | TrustRadius Reviewer
April 02, 2019

Secure repository for saving & sharing logins and other sensitive information

Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with LastPass

LastPass is used across the entire organization for secure password management. It has a variety of applications and uses: it can generate secure passwords, store passwords, share passwords within an organization, and save one's personal passwords. Additionally, secure information can be stored within LastPass (for instance, login information or PINs) for reference. It provides a storage platform and integrates with 2FA (2-factor authentication) services for added security to private or sensitive information.
  • Integrates with web browsers.
  • Organizes stored password/access information for sharing and single-user access to passwords.
  • Integrates with 2-factor authentication services for an added layer of security.
  • Interface, setup, usability can be a little counterintuitive for new users.
  • No warnings prior to auto-populating insecure forms on websites.
  • Enabled easy, more secure sharing of information and logins across the organization.
  • Streamlined IT processes: one login for LastPass lets you access all your logins (instead of remembering multiple logins for different sites).
  • Similarly, mobile access makes it easier to share/access information while on-the-go, making it a perfect business solution.
LastPass was selected because it offered the most cost-effective setup and distribution within our mid-size organization. It is similar to other one-password management systems and offers comparable security, however, its organization and sharing capabilities made it a perfect fit for our group. Keeping business and personal logins behind a single password is also very convenient for employees.
LastPass scales readily for organization size changes. An internal document outlining setup and organization/use methods has been very helpful in getting organization buy-in for use. Like any IT tool, it requires setup by a staff member and employees should expect to spend 10-15 minutes figuring out the platform, its organization, and how it works. However, it does readily deploy to a large workforce and is an amazing tool for consolidating and sharing secure information across departments.
LastPass is great for storing, organizing, and sharing secure information. Its primary purpose is to store passwords and logins for websites (like email, SaaS platforms, etc), but it can also be used to store secure information (in text format), too. It's amazing for sharing logins across an organization or group, and can easily segment personal and business login information. If you have multiple logins for business/personal (Gmail, for instance), you must be mindful about selecting the correct account when logging in/out.