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Introducing Proton Pass for Business – a Swiss vault for your team’s passwords

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Your organization’s data is only as secure as your employees’ passwords. Hackers often target employees for this reason, and some of the biggest data breaches in history(new window) were the result of weak passwords. Having a secure password manager for your workplace is also helpful for compliance with laws such as the GDPR(new window) as an organizational data protection measure(new window).

That’s why today we’re happy to introduce an important new enterprise security tool to our community with Proton Pass for Business. You can now easily create an encrypted Swiss vault to store and control access to your organization’s login details, bank cards, and secure notes.

Since Proton is a Swiss company, you can benefit from the same privacy laws and neutrality that Swiss companies enjoy, outside of US and EU jurisdiction. All data is stored in Europe, on infrastructure that is owned and operated by Proton (no third-party cloud services). Over 50,000 organizations ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies are already using our other Proton for Business(new window) services because of our advanced encryption and data protection advantages.

To help more organizations access better security, we’re offering a rare 50% discount on Proton Pass for Business for a limited time, with pricing starting at $1.99 per user, per month. Companies that claim this launch offer will maintain this price forever.

A modern password manager with trusted encryption

We started Proton in 2014 because we were concerned about the future of data privacy and security. Taking a different path from companies like Google and Microsoft, we made end-to-end encryption(new window) the default so that we would never have access to virtually any personal data on our servers. Today over 100 million people trust our secure email(new window), calendar(new window), cloud storage(new window), and VPN(new window) because we offer a more advanced security, transparency through open source code, and a business model based on privacy, not ads.

Proton Pass is no exception. 

Proton Pass encrypts not just passwords but also metadata like usernames and web addresses. Like all our apps, Pass is open source and undergoes regular third-party audits(new window).

Launching a password manager in 2023 gave us an advantage over legacy providers because we could start from a clean slate. We created not just a vault for passwords but a modern identity manager with unique features and no learning curve to start using it.

Here are some of the ways Proton Pass for Business can boost your team’s security and productivity:

Get your team started quickly

Proton Pass for Business is a password manager tailored for teams. We designed our interface to be intuitive, and our community has praised the user experience of the Pass apps. Not only will this reduce onboarding headaches, it will also ensure employees actually use it as intended.

Based in Switzerland and GDPR compliant

Proton must comply with strong data protection laws, including the GDPR and HIPAA, and we can never disclose your data to anyone without a Swiss court order. This makes Proton a neutral safe haven for your business data, committed to defending your business’s digital presence.

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Stop phishing attacks with built-in 2FA

Two-factor authentication(new window) (2FA) is vital for advanced security because 2FA can stop hackers from accessing accounts even if your passwords are exposed in a phishing attack or data leak. But many people often neglect 2FA as they can be tricky to set up. Proton Pass removes the hassle, with 2FA support built-in, and activated with a single click.

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Prevent phishing with Hide-my-email aliases

Proton Pass lets you generate email aliases when creating new online accounts or signing up for newsletters. Using email aliases adds a layer of phishing protection for your business by letting you receive emails without disclosing your real email address or business domain. Aliases also help you cut down on spam and prevent identity theft.

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Block attackers with Proton Sentinel

Proton Pass for Business plans come with Sentinel(new window), our unique anti-phishing technology that uses AI and human analysts from the Proton cybersecurity team to monitor for suspicious login attempts. This program can block account takeover attacks, even if the attacker has already stolen your password.

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Start protecting your accounts

Because Proton is customer-funded(new window) and not venture capital/private equity funded, Proton puts your need for security, privacy, and usability first. Our financial stability means no surprise or unfair price increases, and even the occasional price drop(new window).

We have many new features to Proton Pass in the works and an aggressive roadmap for 2024, building on our strong success in 2023(new window). We’re also rapidly developing new enterprise features across the encrypted Proton ecosystem, so joining Pass is a great way to start adopting more data protection measures in your workplace. Best of all, because Proton is customer funded, you can let us know which features you would like to see next and the most requested ones will be added.

If you sign up for Proton Pass for Business now, you can take advantage of our limited-time offer of 50% off, with pricing starting at $1.99 per user, per month. This is an affordable and simple way to protect your team from phishing attacks and data breaches — as well as making work a lot easier.

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Andy Yen(new window)

Andy is the founder and CEO of Proton. He is a long-time advocate for privacy rights and has spoken at TED, Web Summit, and the United Nations about online privacy issues. Previously, Andy was a research scientist at CERN and has a PhD in particle physics from Harvard University.

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