LastPass Enterprise is a unified password vaulting service for BYU employees. This service is provided for the purpose of storing privileged account information in a secure, documented, uniform manner. LastPass can be accessed through browser add-ons, a binary client, phone app and through the LastPass web interface. Examples of the types of information that can be stored in LastPass include:
The account name is your Exchange email address if you have an Exchange account, or it is email@example.com. If you do not have an Exchange account, the firstname.lastname@example.org address will be forwarded to your personal account as listed in your Personal Information. It is advised that your LastPass account be secured with multi-factor authentication. DUO works well with LastPass.
It is strongly recommended that a personal password vault is created and maintained separately from ones employee account. This personal account can be linked to the employee account for ease of access, but the information stored in the personal account remains the property of the employee and not the school. Administrators of LastPass will never have access to personal account information. Everything stored within the Enterprise employee account is considered property of BYU and has the ability to be accessed in the event the employee is not available to do so.
A key strength of LastPass is the ability to create folders, populate those folders with accounts and notes, and then share those folders with groups or individuals. This allows for teams to have a standardized, unified storage location for privileged accounts and information.
Any employee wishing to install LastPass Enterprise should contact their CSR for more information.
LastPass is provided at no charge for employees who have a need for the service. A free personal account is available for all users through the LastPass website.
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