We’ve compiled resources to help you and your business understand the benefits that LastPass Enterprise offers and how to get started with our service.
These resources will help you:
- Build a business case for investing in password security
- Evaluate LastPass as a business password solution
- Educate employees on the benefits of LastPass
- Achieve a successful POC and implementation of LastPass
LastPass Overview Deck
An introduction to the dangers of poor password security – and how LastPass can help.
LastPass Security Overview
High-level overview of LastPass’ core security principles.
LastPass Technical Security White Paper
In-depth technical details of LastPass’ architecture.
Overview of Features & Benefits
How LastPass Enterprise helps both IT and employees.
State of Cyber Security
An infographic highlighting the cyber security challenges and risks businesses are facing.
The Buyer’s Guide to Business Password Managers
A comprehensive guide to walk you through evaluating and comparing password solutions for your business.
LastPass Case Study: MailChimp
Learn how LastPass Enterprise solved the password security problem for this popular email marketing solution provider.
Enterprise Admin Manual
How-to articles explaining deployment, onboarding, Shared Folders, and more.
High level how-to guide on the deployment of LastPass Enterprise.
LastPass Deployment Plan & Policies
Detailed spreadsheet to assist the project team through the deployment.
Video tutorial detailing how to use the Enterprise Admin Console.
Internal Communication Plan
A recommended plan for end user communications, training and education.
Weekly Webinar Recording
A more in-depth dive into LastPass Enterprise.
Adding LastPass to your corporate policies:
Before deploying LastPass, you may want to update your internal IT policies and/or employee guidebook to specifically reference LastPass. Doing so will help set expectations for why employees should use LastPass, and best practices for using it. Here is a sample of what to include when updating your policies:
We use LastPass for storing and sharing passwords. LastPass is an online password manager. As a digital vault, it keeps all your website logins organized and safe. LastPass can also create new passwords, fill out online forms, facilitate password sharing, alert you about weak passwords, and more.
LastPass will be the official password manager for all “COMPANY” employees. The software will be installed on your browsers as a browser extension. As you go to work-related sites, save the credentials to your LastPass vault. LastPass will then autofill those passwords the next time you go to log in.
We recommend following these best practices when using LastPass:
– Use the password generator to make sure every password is unique and strong
– Create a long, strong master password. To make it long but memorable, consider making a “passphrase”, like: tealbrickpumpedlunchskiing
– Never share your master password with anyone, including LastPass
– Never use your master password as the password for another account
– Consider turning on multifactor authentication for added security
Your LastPass Enterprise account (which uses your work email address) is to be used for work passwords only, since your account can be terminated at any time. If you would like to store personal passwords in a password manager, you can create a free personal LastPass account at www.lastpass.com.
[You may then want to link to LastPass help resources or FAQs for reference].
An overview of the benefits of LastPass and a detailed walk-through of key features.
Video tutorials showing how to use LastPass features.
End User Manual
How-to articles for all basic and Premium LastPass features, included in Enterprise.
Table of Contents
- Getting Started
- Admin Dashboard
- Shared Folders
- LastPass Single Sign-on for Applications
- Advanced Options
- Multifactor Authentication
- Terminating User Accounts from Your Enterprise
- LastPass for Applications
- Site Map
- Sample Survey
- Email Templates for End User Roll Out and Training