Security

Cengage Adds Free Password Management to Subscription Service

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Cengage is now offering free password management for users of its Cengage Unlimited textbook subscription service. The company partnered with credential and digital identity management company Dashlane to help students keep their personal information secure.

Dashlane's password management application automatically stores and fills passwords, personal data and payment details, on any platform or device. Semester-based subscribers to Cengage Unlimited will receive six months of free access to the app, and annual subscribers will receive 12 months.

"Adding Dashlane to Cengage Unlimited addresses one of the top concerns of the digital era: data privacy and security," commented Judah Karkowsky, senior vice president of corporate & business development for Cengage, in a statement. "Today's students are digitally savvy and rely heavily on cloud applications, making it important they take steps to ensure their data and personal information remain secure. With students having many accounts to track and manage, Dashlane's premium service simplifies the process to protect their personal information online."

Other resources included for free in a Cengage Unlimited subscription include services from Evernote, Kaplan, Quizlet and Chegg. For more information, visit the Cengage site.

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About the author: Rhea Kelly is executive editor for Campus Technology. She can be reached at rkelly@1105media.com.

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