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Keeper Reaches 1 Million Customers Worldwide

Keeper Reaches 1 Million Customers Worldwide

According to Verizon, stolen or compromised passwords are responsible for about 80% of successful data breaches. Keeper is pleased to announce that more people than ever are now using our top-rated, zero-knowledge password management platform to prevent password-related data breaches. Keeper now has one million paid, active customers around the […]

The Average Ransomware Demand Jumps by 33%

The Average Ransomware Demand Jumps by 33%

Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the business disruptions caused by the global health crisis, particularly the sudden and dramatic rise in remote work. Ransomware incident response firm Coveware reports that the average enterprise ransomware payment increased to $111,605 in the first quarter of 2020, up 33% from the final quarter […]

6 Tips to Prevent Data Breaches in Your Organization

6 Tips to Prevent Data Breaches in Your Organization

The best way to fix a data breach is to prevent it from happening in the first place. Since over 81% of successful data breaches are caused by stolen or compromised employee passwords, getting your password security under control is a big step towards preventing a security breach in the […]

More than Two-Thirds of Financial Services Firms Globally  Have Experienced a Cyberattack

More than Two-Thirds of Financial Services Firms Globally Have Experienced a Cyberattack

For financial services organizations, it’s not a matter of if a cyberattack will happen, but when. Keeper’s Global State of Cybersecurity in Small and Medium-Sized Businesses report, conducted by the Ponemon Institute, revealed that 69% of financial institutions globally have experienced a cyberattack in their company’s lifetime, with nearly half […]

The Account Transfer Process

The Account Transfer Process

Most organizations are constantly expanding and contracting their user base, hence the onboarding and the offboarding process is mission-critical to ensuring both effective productivity and the security of your organization. Staff who leave can wreak havoc, either on purpose or inadvertently, through the lockout or misuse of critical company systems […]

6 Reasons Why We’re Adding “Management” to World Password Day

6 Reasons Why We’re Adding “Management” to World Password Day

If you didn’t realize that the first Thursday in May was World Password Day, you’re not the only one. Intel Security officially declared it back in 2013, but apparently, even they’ve forgotten about it; the URL for the “official” World Password Day website now directs to a COVID-19 resources page. […]

Keeper Announces Team-to-Role Mapping, Allowing IT Admins to Manage Role-Based Policies

Keeper Announces Team-to-Role Mapping, Allowing IT Admins to Manage Role-Based Policies

Keeper is pleased to announce that our business solutions now support team-to-role mapping, which will allow organizations to use their existing identity provider to assign users directly into teams that can be assigned custom roles. This will save time, improve policy consistency, reduce errors, and make it easier for administrators […]

4 Ways Keeper Helps Schools Secure Their Remote Learning Environments

4 Ways Keeper Helps Schools Secure Their Remote Learning Environments

The recent surge in homeschooling and remote learning has been challenging for parents, educators, students, and school IT administrators. Even before remote learning became the norm, schools were major targets for cyberattacks. According to the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center, since 2016, there have been at least 775 publicly disclosed cyber […]

4 Ways Keeper Makes Remote Learning Easier & More Secure

4 Ways Keeper Makes Remote Learning Easier & More Secure

Password overload is a serious issue. According to a survey by Digital Guardian, 70% of consumers have over 10 password-protected online accounts, and 30% have “too many to count.” Not surprisingly, 60% of users admit to reusing passwords across accounts at least some of the time, even though doing so […]

Data Breach Roundup: Q1 2020

Data Breach Roundup: Q1 2020

Just over a quarter of the way through 2020 there have already been several significant data breach incidents this year. Not surprisingly, cybercriminals are taking advantage of the global economic upheaval created by the COVID-19 pandemic to target people and organizations via phishing and malware attacks, create malicious websites with […]