Password sharing with LastPass is quick and convenient, and keeps everyone up-to-date with the latest changes.
No matter how many logins need to be shared, LastPass makes it easy to share credentials with others.
Admins can see which accounts are being shared, and who has access to them, so passwords can be revoked when needed.
“When I started a few years ago, it was a month-long process for me to get to the person who held the keys to a site and get the password, then add it to an Excel spreadsheet or write it on a piece of paper. Now, with LastPass, everything’s in a central, secure place. We can add new shared users and remove shared users immediately. That makes LastPass invaluable.”
Group passwords by team or project, so people only have access to what they need to get the job done.
Share a folder with many people while customizing each person's permissions - including whether they can see all or some of the folder's contents.
Quickly add and remove employees, and streamline password updates by automatically syncing changes to shared logins.
Share accounts without sharing passwords, and without losing accountability. Hide passwords on a folder, group, or individual basis. Restrict access at the site level, per user, even in the same Shared Folder.
Share credentials for websites while maintaining control and tying activity back to an individual user. Reporting logs for admins and auditors include time stamps, known changes, and details of who accessed the site and from where.
Create customized, enforceable security policies. Require shared credentials to have strong, unique passwords and prevent users from sharing outside the organization. Allow users to create Shared Folders, or lockdown to admins only.
Assign and maintain Shared Folders for the appropriate user group using your existing Active Directory groups. As Active Directory is updated, LastPass reflects on-the-spot changes to user accounts, including when they're deleted.