AI can crack your passwords. Here’s how Keeper can help.

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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You can avoid social media identity theft by setting strict privacy settings, securing your social media accounts with strong passwords, vetting every friend and follower request, keeping an eye out for phishing attempts and limiting what you share on social media. With almost every person having at least one social media account, cybercriminals are leveraging

How To Avoid Social Media Identity Theft

Organizations rely on Keeper Security to store more than just passwords, passkeys and other credentials. Keeper’s Secure File Storage solution enables users to securely store and share files, photos, documents and more.  From the Keeper Admin Console, administrators can configure the Account Transfer Policy which enable the contents of one user’s vault to be transferred

Secure File Transfers With Keeper®

Keeper Connection Manager (KCM) provides teams with instant remote access capabilities via a secure session, directly from a web browser. Gartner identifies several core Privileged Access Management (PAM) capabilities including monitoring and auditing, as well as privilege elevation and delegation. KCM provides Privileged Account Session Management (PASM) with support for RDP and SSH desktop protocols,

Keeper® Streamlines Auditing and Session Recording for Modern Zero-Trust Security

Email spoofing is a type of cyber threat where a cybercriminal sends emails to potential victims using fake sender addresses. Email spoofing works by forging a sender address to make it seem as though it’s coming from a legitimate person or company. Email spoofing is a tactic typically used by cybercriminals when carrying out phishing

What Is Email Spoofing and How Does It Work?

Some of the different types of online scams you need to look out for are phishing scams, catfishing, job offer scams and online shopping scams. These online scams try to trick you into giving up your personal information, which scammers will use for malicious purposes. You need to learn how to recognize the different types

The Types of Online Scams

Keeper Security is excited to announce that the dark mode experience is available on our mobile app for Android users. The recent update is available on the Google Play Store. For existing users, your Keeper application will update automatically.  The dark mode feature allows users to choose a display theme that meets their personal preferences.

Keeper® Announces Dark Mode for Android

Keeper Security is excited to announce that our government solution, Keeper Security Government Cloud has been honored with three ASTORS Homeland Security Awards.  The FedRAMP Authorized password and privileged access management platform was recognized for Best Cyber Security Solution, Best Privileged Access Security Solution and Best Cyber Encryption Solution at the annual ASTORS awards ceremony

Keeper Security Government Cloud Lands Three ASTORS Homeland Security Awards

If you’re the victim of a ransomware attack, there are no guarantees that you can recover your stolen data. The best you can do is mitigate the effects of the attack and remove the ransomware from your device. The steps to recover from a ransomware attack include isolating your device, removing the ransomware, restoring your

How To Recover From a Ransomware Attack

One of the most notable changes in cybercrime since the beginning of the 21st century has been the maturation of the illegal industry from individual hackers to full-on profitable businesses. E-Root, a global illegal marketplace, was taken down by law enforcement in 2020 but recently made the news as its admin faces 20 years in

The E-Root Incident: The Importance of Securing RDP and SSH Accounts

Clark County School District in Nevada, the fifth-largest school district in the United States, recently experienced a massive data breach. Threat actors gained access to the school district’s email servers, which exposed the sensitive data of over 200,000 students. The district is now facing a class-action lawsuit from parents, alleging it failed to protect sensitive

Lessons Learned From the Clark County School District Ransomware Attack

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