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As AI becomes more advanced, it’s important to consider all the ways AI can be used maliciously by cybercriminals, especially when it comes to cracking passwords. While AI password-cracking techniques...

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Government IT managers are tasked with an ever-growing list of responsibilities, from IT infrastructure to operations, equipment, systems administration and security. IT teams are also directly responsible for protecting sensitive government information, including Personally Identifiable Information (PII) like names, addresses, driver’s license numbers, forms of payment, Social Security numbers and financial records. Unfortunately, many local

Beyond IT: The Organization-Wide Benefits of Password Managers

The financial industry experienced the second-highest data breach cost in 2023, according to IBM. This includes breaches that affected credit unions as well as other financial institutions. But, despite costs, what else is at stake if a credit union is breached? If a credit union is breached, customer Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is at risk

What’s at Stake if a Credit Union Is Breached?

When it comes to the Olympic Games, the first thought on people’s minds is not usually about managing their cybersecurity. While the Olympics are home to the best of the best athletes, it is also home to trained cybercriminals who seek to profit off the large scale event for their own gain. With the Paris

Looming Cyber Threats to Watch for Before the Paris 2024 Olympics

While both locker and crypto ransomware are types of ransomware, there is one key difference between the two. The main difference between locker and crypto ransomware is that locker ransomware locks an entire device whereas crypto ransomware only encrypts files and data stored on the infected device.  Keep reading to learn more about locker and

Locker vs Crypto Ransomware: What’s the Difference?

Your email is a goldmine for cybercriminals because of the extensive amount of information an attacker can gain from it, making it important to protect your email from unauthorized access. To prevent scammers from accessing your email, you should use a passkey to log in (if available), enable MFA and have an email recovery option

How To Prevent Scammers From Accessing Your Email

Up to 94% of companies that experience severe data loss never recover, making it important for every organization to take steps to protect their data. To prevent data loss, organizations should regularly back up data, keep software up to date, store sensitive data in encrypted storage, use antivirus software, implement least privileged access and equip

How To Prevent Data Loss

Many organizations are planning to adopt passwordless authentication or are already in the process of doing so. Passwordless authentication has many benefits such as being more secure than traditional passwords, providing a better user experience, reducing helpdesk costs and enhancing productivity.  Continue reading to learn more about the benefits of implementing passwordless authentication in your

The Benefits of Passwordless Authentication

Both fraud alerts and credit freezes are free of charge, but there are some differences between the two you should be aware of if you’re deciding on placing one over the other. Both fraud alerts and credit freezes are meant to protect you from identity theft and fraud, however, fraud alerts add an extra layer

Fraud Alert vs Credit Freeze: Which One Should I Use?

Passkey Support Now Available Across KeeperFill and Mobile Keeper Security is excited to announce that we now support passkeys on Android and iOS mobile apps. This update extends passkey management functionality in the Keeper Vault beyond the Keeper browser extension support for Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Brave and Safari that we announced last year. Passkeys are

What’s New With Keeper | May 2024

Ransomware is one of the fastest-growing cyber attack vectors, making it crucial to learn how to prevent it. To prevent ransomware attacks on your devices, you should avoid clicking suspicious links and attachments, never insert random USBs into your device, keep your Operating System (OS) up to date, use a Virtual Private Network (VPN) when

How To Prevent Ransomware Attacks on Your Devices

Some best practices for securely onboarding employees include conducting comprehensive background checks, providing security training for new hires, ensuring employees have least privilege access, equipping employees with a password manager and continuously monitoring employee activity for unusual behavior. The more secure an onboarding process is, the easier and more secure it’ll be to offboard employees.

Best Practices for Securely Onboarding Employees

The cybersecurity industry has seen radical changes over the past year–changes that may alter the trajectory of the industry.  In partnership with analyst firm Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), today Keeper announces Information Security and Compliance Future Trends 2024, a report that analyzes recent research and industry data to highlight key shifts in the cybersecurity industry

Enterprise Management Associates Report: Information Security and Compliance Future Trends 2024 

Keeper Security has once again clinched the prestigious title of “Test Winner” in a group test of leading password managers conducted by CHIP Magazine, a renowned consumer technology publication in Germany. This marks the second consecutive year Keeper has secured this esteemed recognition, following its victory in the 2023 review. In the latest issue of

Keeper Secures Repeat Win in CHIP Password Manager Test

Keeper Security is excited to announce an updated User Interface (UI) for its browser extension across all supported browsers. The refreshed UI features a modernized design, and simplifies the process of finding and creating records for users. The new browser extension updates continue the recent UI enhancements to Keeper’s end-user vault and Admin Console. Featured

Keeper Refreshes Browser Extension for Increased Usability

If you’ve been scammed, there are different actions you should take based on what you were scammed into doing. For example, if you accidentally paid a scammer, you should contact your bank immediately. If you gave a scammer your login credentials, you should update your passwords and enable MFA immediately. If a scammer hacked your

What To Do if You’ve Been Scammed

When you create an account, you may be prompted to set up a security question for authentication. Security questions add a layer of security alongside your login credentials. Following best practices for security questions involves using different questions for different accounts, avoiding self-written questions, using multiple security questions and updating security questions and answers regularly. 

Security Question and Answer Best Practices

Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) are used by businesses to secure remote access to systems and encrypt employees’ internet traffic. However, while VPNs add some level of protection for distributed workforces, they aren’t enough to keep your business and employees safe from common cyber threats since they make internal tracking of users complex, lack adequate protection

The Best VPN Alternative for Businesses

Cybercriminals gather personal information about their targets by using social engineering techniques, looking at social media accounts and collecting data that gets leaked from public data breaches. The more personal information a cybercriminal can collect about their target, the easier it is for them to launch cyber attacks that their targets will easily fall for. 

How Do Cybercriminals Gather Personal Information About Their Targets?

When we think about storing sensitive information, two types of information come to mind: digital data and physical data. While physical data can be securely stored in a physical vault, digital data should be stored in an encrypted cloud storage solution to protect it from common cyber threats.  Continue reading to learn the best ways

How Should Sensitive Information Be Stored?

The European Union (EU) Network and Information Systems (NIS) Directive came into force in 2018 to increase the security levels of network and information systems for EU organisations. This directive was recently updated to become the NIS2 Directive and is set to become law across the EU in October 2024. NIS2 raises the bar on

Is Your Organisation Ready for NIS2?

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