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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 […]

BreachWatch Helps Prevent Password-Related Cyberattacks on Remote Workforces

BreachWatch Helps Prevent Password-Related Cyberattacks on Remote Workforces

The danger of employee login credentials being compromised has long plagued businesses. Seventy percent of respondents to the Ponemon Institute’s 2019 Global State of Cybersecurity in Small and Medium-Sized Businesses report cited stolen or compromised employee passwords as a major pain point. With remote workforces having rapidly expanded during the […]

Cybersecurity Tips When Using Zoom

Cybersecurity Tips When Using Zoom

As the COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated that more people work, attend classes, and even connect with family and friends online, video conferencing solutions have exploded in popularity, with Zoom leading the pack. According to the BBC, Zoom is currently the number one app in the U.S., and number two in […]

Cybercriminals Are Taking Advantage of the Covid-19 Pandemic

Cybercriminals Are Taking Advantage of the Covid-19 Pandemic

Don’t expect cybercriminals to let a global pandemic go to waste. According to cybersecurity expert and Blackstone Law Group attorney Alexander Urbelis, thousands of coronavirus-themed websites are being created on a daily basis, many with malicious intent. Both the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Health and Human Services […]

5 Tips for Enterprise Cybersecurity in Uncertain Times

5 Tips for Enterprise Cybersecurity in Uncertain Times

During times of upheaval, it’s easy for cybersecurity to get lost in the fray, but cybersecurity is a fundamental part of business continuity. Additionally, cybercriminals take advantage of major events to launch cyberattacks, hoping that information technology and security teams are overworked or distracted. Here are 5 tips to keep […]

5 Cybersecurity Tips When Working from Home

5 Cybersecurity Tips When Working from Home

Working from home requires adjusting the way you approach cybersecurity. Here are 5 things you need to do to stay cyber safe while your home is doubling as your office space. 1. Follow your employer’s instructions regarding the use of company-provided and personal devices Some employers are sending company-provided devices […]

Avoid Touching These Novel Coronavirus Cyber Scams

Avoid Touching These Novel Coronavirus Cyber Scams

The novel coronavirus pandemic is significantly altering our daily lives. Public events are being canceled, sports teams are suspending seasons, and organizations are handing down work-from-home orders en masse, but cybercrime is continuing unabated. Healthcare facilities remain under siege from cyberattacks even as they grapple with critically ill patients. Cybercriminals […]

Keeper Business Continuity for Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Keeper Business Continuity for Coronavirus (COVID-19)

If you are a current or prospective Keeper customer, please note that Keeper Security has a robust business continuity plan in place. Regardless of any mandates by governmental agencies requiring the temporary closure of office buildings, this will not have any adverse impact on the timeliness or quality of our […]

10 Tips to Ensure Cybersecurity While Your Employees Work from Home

10 Tips to Ensure Cybersecurity While Your Employees Work from Home

In an effort to stem the novel coronavirus pandemic, organizations from Google to Condé Nast to the State of Alaska are ordering or “encouraging” their employees to work from home, or are in the process of preparing for a massive exodus of their on-premise workforce. Accommodating a sudden rise in […]