The Enterprise tier includes Last Pass’ single-sign-on and password management solutions for an unlimited number of users for $6 per user per month. The Identity tier, which costs $8 per user per month, adds a robust suite of advanced multifactor authentication (MFA) features.
In addition to customizable security, application programming interface (API) access and directory integrations, the Enterprise and Identity plans come with a dedicated customer success manager to guide you through the onboarding process. MFA can be added separately to the Teams and Enterprise plans for $3 per user per month.
Every LastPass business plan comes with simple, secure online/offline password management. This includes an admin console, individual employee password vaults, a password generator, a security dashboard, dark-web monitoring and standard two-factor authentication.
If you choose one of the higher tiers, you’ll get access to these single-sign-on features and integrations for your business:
- Large integrated-app catalog: LastPass includes integrations for more than 1,200 popular business applications, including Asana, Dropbox, Evernote, Google Workspace, HubSpot, Jira, Salesforce, Slack and Zoom.
- Contextual access: Your IT team can set parameters for when, where and on which devices your employees can access their accounts. This is especially important for remote workers, who may be tempted to use unsecured personal devices to access their business applications.
- Customizable security policies: LastPass allows your company to leverage 100-plus configurable security and access policies so you can enforce best practices with your team’s password security.
- Detailed reporting: Learn when, where and how your employees are using their work apps with in-depth reports from LastPass.
- Advanced MFA: Certain LastPass business plans include impressive methods, including adaptive biometric authentication, contextual authentication policies and workstation login. Authentication reporting offers insight into which employees are accessing which applications.
LastPass provides a wide range of features to help companies of all sizes keep their business accounts secure, especially with its Enterprise and Identity plans. LastPass’ large catalog of SSO application integrations means your business systems are likely already a part of the LastPass ecosystem, making it easy to set it up and start granting access to employees. Customizable security and contextual access policies offer your IT team comprehensive control over how your employees use their work resources.
Businesses that are looking for a truly comprehensive IAM solution with single sign-on, MFA and flexible IT controls won’t find it here, unless they opt for the highest LastPass service tier. At double the cost per user of the basic Teams plan, the Identity plan may quickly become expensive as a midsize company grows.
LastPass offers a number of options for customer support for all business users, including 24/7 live chat, a self-help user manual, phone support and priority email support. Qualified companies that opt for the Enterprise, Identity or MFA plans are also assigned a dedicated customer success manager to help with onboarding questions and issues.