Very Good Lightweight Credential Management Solution
July 21, 2022

Very Good Lightweight Credential Management Solution

Jordan Weyenberg | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Modules Used

  • Password Manager

Overall Satisfaction with LastPass for Business

We used LastPass at the Leadership level to ensure that any and all critical application credentials, and credentials for internal on-prem services, were available to the full team. This allowed us to respond quickly to emergencies regardless of which members of the Leadership team were online or available at the time.
  • Storing passwords and other credentials.
  • Sharing passwords and other credentials with users/sets of users.
  • Organizing credentials into custom categories for easier navigation.
  • Allowing users with shared credentials to use those credentials in the UI.
  • Accessing multiple sets of credentials for the same service in the UI.
  • Reduced reliance on insecure methods like shared spreadsheets and physical notes.
  • Reduced time-to-action for emergency response.
1Password's UI is much better than LastPass, but the organization ability and share-ability are more complicated. Personally, I prefer 1Password. But for a business setting where sharing and security matter more, LastPass wins out. It's also less expensive.
User management and sharing settings are arduous - the tool scales to any size, but more users means more management in the clunkiest part of the UI.

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I never engaged directly with live support, but all of the help documentation and onboarding training were effective to meet my needs.
LastPass is great if you're looking for a lightweight service to store credentials and you'd like to share those credentials with a defined group of other users. The UI can be clunky, especially when storing on-prem credentials or storing multiple sets of credentials for the same service, but the price is right and the security policies are top-notch.

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