Security is a priority at MailChimp, a leading provider of online email marketing solutions that allow individuals and businesses to manage contacts, send emails with impact, and track results. And regular penetration testing is part of the company's ongoing commitment to protecting its assets.
MailChimp was looking for a password protection solution, one that supported all in-house operating systems as well as providing a way to manage work and personal credentials seamlessly. These needs led MailChimp to implement LastPass Enterprise a comprehensive password manager that saves users' passwords and logs in on behalf of the user on password-protected websites, with secure access from every computer and mobile device.
Read this whitepaper to find out how it:
- Gained centralized, cost-effective password management
- Significantly strengthened security and password-related processes with strong passwords and folders for shared access to credentials
- Reduced time spent provisioning new employees from several days to minutes
- Increased employee convenience with linked personal and work accounts