We’re Headed to Interop. Get a LastPass Tshirt If You Are, Too!

The LastPass team is excited to be heading to the Interop Las Vegas 2014 Conference (April 1st – April 3rd), the leading independent technology conference and expo series designed to inspire and inform the world’s IT community. As an exhibitor we’ll be setting up shop at Booth 644 (bathed in red, of course), where we’ll be chatting about cybersecurity, Identity Access Management, and LastPass Enterprise.

If you’ll be heading there, too, let us know and we’ll send you a LastPass Tshirt!* You can rock the LastPass red on the conference floor. Just forward your Interop confirmation email to marketing@lastpass.com and we’ll send one your way!

For those who stop by Interop Booth 644 to say hello, we’ll also be giving away an extended 3 month trial of LastPass Enterprise.

If you’re not familiar with LastPass Enterprise, it’s the same great LastPass experience with added features and capabilities optimized for teams. LastPass Enterprise provides a centralized and cost-effective password management platform for organizations, with the option to add SAML-based single sign-on for federated identity management of cloud applications. LastPass Enterprise helps teams and organizations better manage employee access, optimize day-to-day tasks, and protect critical assets, offering:

  • One master password for employees to remember
  • Secure authentication for any device, even BYOD
  • A centralized control panel for administrators and auditors
  • Streamlined directory integration and provisioning
  • Real-time on-boarding and off-boarding
  • Employees have what they need on day one of the job
  • Access can be revoked immediately if needed

Try LastPass Enterprise today for free: https://lastpass.com/enterprise and if you have any questions please send us a note: https://lastpass.com/enterprise/contact-sales/.

See you in Vegas!

*While supplies last.


  • Anonymous says:

    Sorry I missed you guys. Had a question? If I use LastPass and it autologs onto all my websites for Bank, Credit Card to social sites – if someone stole my laptop and hacked my laptop login they would have free run of all my accounts…right?

    • Amber Gott says:

      Thanks for reaching out! We recommend enabling the autologoff options, in your LastPass Icon > Preferences menu, so that you’ll be logged off automatically when you close your browser or when your computer goes idle. You can also set up multifactor authentication with LastPass to add more protection. Note that if a device is lost, you can also login on another computer, and go to your LastPass Icon > Tools > Advanced Tools > Other Sessions, and “kill” all other active sessions, to force a logoff on your other devices. Let us know if we can be of further help!

    • Anonymous says:

      Thanks Amber, I appreciate the answer. Perhaps I was unclear in my question. Sure, I can enable autolog off and it will log me off my sites. But, if someone stole my laptop, hacked by Windows logon and went to a website, let’s say Amazon, they would be automatically logged in…right?

    • Amber Gott says:

      If you had enabled the above security options, and took the above steps to ensure your security, then no, they wouldn’t be. If you left your account unprotected, then yes, they would be able to.