Keeper

Chicago, IL. USA
2011
  |  By Aranza Trevino
All of your accounts, including your HubSpot account, are at risk of being hacked if they’re not properly secured. A password manager can help protect your HubSpot account by aiding you in creating strong passwords and passphrases, generating and storing 2FA codes, helping you identify fake websites and sending you dark web alerts.
  |  By Aranza Trevino
Without a password manager, it’s difficult for IT administrators to have visibility and control over employee password practices. This gap places organizations at a greater risk of suffering password-related cyber attacks which can lead to a devastating data breach. Keeper Password Manager helps IT teams gain complete visibility and control over employee passwords while providing them with best-in-class security, and enabling better collaboration and productivity between team members.
  |  By Aranza Trevino
Ciphertext refers to data that is encrypted and unreadable. The only way to read encrypted data is by decrypting it using an encryption key. Since ciphertext can’t be read without providing the encryption key, it’s the best way to protect your sensitive data from prying eyes and unauthorized access. Continue reading to learn more about ciphertext and the important role it plays in cybersecurity.
  |  By Timothy Jester
Keeper Security is pleased to announce that passphrases are now supported in the Keeper Vault. Passphrases provide a highly secure yet easy-to-remember approach to logins for all users, and can be both generated and stored with Keeper. Keeper’s passphrase generator is a new option within its existing password generator. Users and admins will have the choice of which generator they would like to use or enforce for their organization.
  |  By Tim Tran
Brute force attacks are one of the most common methods used by cybercriminals to steal credentials from organizations. To prevent brute force attacks, organizations need to enforce the use of strong and unique passwords, invest in a business password manager, require employees to enable MFA, monitor and limit login attempts, implement passwordless authentication and delete inactive accounts.
  |  By Tim Tran
Organizations need to prevent privilege escalation attacks to protect their sensitive data from unauthorized access. To prevent privilege escalation attacks, organizations should implement least privilege access, follow password security best practices, enforce Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), keep software up to date, monitor network traffic and regularly run penetration tests.
  |  By Tim Tran
Your digital footprint is the trail of data you leave behind online. It’s important to have a positive digital footprint to maintain your relationships, help you in all your personal and professional endeavors, and keep cybercriminals at bay. To create a positive digital footprint, you need to remove any negative posts, post positive content, think before you post, and interact with others with respect and kindness.
  |  By Aranza Trevino
Some of the challenges when adopting DevOps security, also known as DevSecOps, are placing too much focus on tools rather than processes, cultural resistance, weak access controls and poor secrets management. While implementing DevOps security comes with its challenges, there are several best practices organizations can follow to make its implementation as effective and seamless as possible, including proper change management, combating secrets sprawl and following the principle of least privilege.
  |  By Tim Tran
The zero trust maturity model is a Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) initiative to help achieve a modern approach of zero trust through the implementation of five pillars with cross-cutting capabilities. The five pillars of zero-trust security are identity, device, network, application and workload and data.
  |  By Aranza Trevino
While trust plays an important role in access management, not all types of trust are created equal. When it comes to access management, there are two types of trust to pay close attention to, implicit trust and explicit trust. Let’s go over what these types of trust are in access management and how they differentiate from one another.
  |  By Keeper
Keeper’s Android mobile app makes it easy to securely share records with friends and family. To share a record with another Keeper user, select the record from your vault and tap Share, then Share with User. Enter the user's email address or select it from the dropdown, then use the toggle buttons to choose what permissions the user will receive such as: “Can Edit”, “Can Share” and "Make Owner". If you do not enable any permissions, the user will have “view only” access. Upon tapping Save, the user will receive an email notifying them that you have shared a record.
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92% of IT leaders report cyber attacks are more common today than a year ago. Ivan Kam shares how Keeper Security helps protect you against them.
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Self-Destructing Record’s utilize Keeper’s existing One-Time Share technology which allows time-limited, secure sharing of a record to anyone, even if they don’t have a Keeper account.
  |  By Keeper
Keeper Commander is a command-line and SDK interface to Keeper® Password Manager. Commander can be used to access and control your Keeper vault, perform administrative functions (such as end-user onboarding and data import/export), run reports and create custom automations. Keeper Commander is an open source project with contributions from Keeper's engineering team and partners. Keeper recommends installing Commander using the binary installation. On the Commander Github page, the current commander build is always available via the releases link.
  |  By Keeper
Introduction KeeperFill is Keeper’s powerful, autofilling feature that works across all devices, allowing you to automatically and securely enter your usernames, passwords, passkeys, 2FA codes and more. I KeeperFill is available for every web browser including: Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge, Opera, Brave and any other Chromium-based browser.
  |  By Keeper
Long, randomly generated passwords that are created for each of your account logins help protect you from cybertheft and account takeover. This video will review KeeperFill’s password change feature using the password generator, which makes the process of changing high-risk passwords easy and secure. To begin, be sure you’ve installed our KeeperFill Browser Extension.
  |  By Keeper
Keeper eliminates the pain of having to remember passwords while protecting your business from password-related data breaches and cyberthreats. This video will demonstrate all that Keeper has to offer your small business and provide you with step-by-step instructions to get your team up and running in no time. If you're looking for an Enterprise demo with SSO and advanced capabilities, make sure to check out Keeper Enterprise.
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Learn how to transfer a Keeper Account in less than 2 minutes with our step-by-step guide. When an employee leaves the organization, an administrator with the proper permissions can transfer a user's vault to another user. Account Transfer is an optional feature that should be configured during the initial deployment phase of the Keeper rollout. A successful transfer requires that the users have logged in at least once prior to the transfer action.
  |  By Keeper
Use KeeperFill to quickly autofill passwords into web browsers such as Chrome, Firefox and all other 3rd Party Browsers and applications. Before you can utilize this feature, you need to first perform a few setup steps. From the left filter menu, navigate to Settings and toggle KeeperFill “on”.
  |  By Keeper
As an enhancement to Keeper’s secure sharing capabilities, Time-Limited Access allows you to securely share credentials or secrets with other Keeper users on a temporary basis, automatically revoking access at a specified time. Time-Limited Access prevents long standing privileges and ensures that information is removed from the recipient’s vault, greatly reducing the risk of unauthorized access. Time-Limited Access brings several key benefits to users and administrators.
  |  By Keeper
Password Management remains a key requirement for users and organizations, with passwords still being ubiquitous, and thus imposing a major security risk to organizations. Modern Enterprise Password Managers (EPM) help in securely managing passwords and the secure login.
  |  By Keeper
Keeper surveyed over 1,000 employees in various industries regarding their password-related behavior - the results were alarming.
  |  By Keeper
2021 is set to be the Year of Ransomware. As attacks rapidly spike in frequency, increasingly eye-popping ransom demands are grabbing headlines. Consumers, once relatively shielded from any impact, are experiencing product shortages and difficulty accessing services as the organizations they do business with are knocked offline.
  |  By Keeper
Over the last couple of years, cybersecurity has come of age. What many organisations saw as nothing more than an IT buzzword has evolved to become a function that is integral to ensuring business continuity. But what is the cybersecurity landscape reality like for businesses in the UK today? How exposed are they to the growing number of destructive cyberattacks?

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