Keeper and 1Password diverge in their feature sets, with Keeper offering a broader array of functionalities such as dark web monitoring and secure file storage. Additionally, Keeper’s business solutions enclose password, secrets and connection management.
Keeper vs 1Password: Features and Price Comparison
Businesses seeking a password manager might be interested to know that Keeper’s password manager offers the same great security features and benefits as 1Password but at a more affordable price. Check out the comparison chart below.
Security and Certifications
Keeper is encrypted using AES-256 with a unique key that is randomly generated on the client side. Keeper has TRUSTe certification and the longest-standing SOC 2 and ISO 27001 certification in the cybersecurity industry. AES-256 is considered the strongest encryption standard, making it harder for cyber attackers to access your passwords and sensitive data.
1Password is also encrypted using AES-256, but it only encrypts at the vault level, and it does not encrypt every record. Additionally, 1Password is SOC 2 certified, but lacks ISO 27001 certification.
Password Sharing and Access Controls
Role-based access controls (RBAC) make it easier for employees and teams to create and share folders, files and passwords. Keeper’s user-friendly sharing capabilities make it easy for employees to securely share folders and records. 1Password requires users to create separate vaults for sharing different sets of passwords, which is tedious and time-consuming.
Keeper offers several ways for you to obtain assistance whenever you need it. We offer 24/7 live chat support so that you can get help any time of the day. We also provide phone support if you prefer to speak to someone directly. Additionally, we have a library of resources, blogs and webinars if you want to learn more about using our enterprise password manager to its full potential. Our user reviews speak for themselves.
1Password requires its users to filter through documents to find answers to their questions. Users can seek further assistance through Twitter, email or the 1Password Support Community for technical support.
Summary: Which Password Management Tool Is Right for Your Team?
Keeper is superior to 1Password in all areas, from security to customer satisfaction. Keeper’s password management solution is ideal for small and medium-sized businesses, as well as large-scale enterprises. Compared to 1Password, Keeper offers the same features and benefits but at a more affordable price point. Plus, we have more certifications to demonstrate that our platform maintains the highest security standards to protect your organization from data breaches.
Making a move from 1Password to Keeper has never been easier. Be sure to check out our enterprise guides to help you import your information to Keeper.
Craig Lurey is the CTO and Co-Founder of Keeper Security. Craig leads Keeper’s software development and technology infrastructure team. Craig and Darren have been active business partners in a series of successful ventures for over 20 years. Prior to building Keeper, Craig served at Motorola as a software engineer creating firmware for cellular base station infrastructure and founded Apollo Solutions, an online software platform for the computer reseller industry which was acquired by CNET Networks. Craig holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Iowa State University.
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