Category: Password Security

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 […]

Keeper Celebrates International Women’s Day by Recognizing the Contributions of Women in Information Technology

Keeper Celebrates International Women’s Day by Recognizing the Contributions of Women in Information Technology

March 8th is International Women’s Day, a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women, as well as a call to action for accelerating gender equality. “One of Keeper’s driving missions is to promote diversity and inclusion within our organization by seeking out the best and […]

Keeper Partners with LogRhythm to Offer Integrated Password Security & Enterprise Security Monitoring

Keeper Partners with LogRhythm to Offer Integrated Password Security & Enterprise Security Monitoring

We’re excited to let our business customers know that LogRhythm recently selected Keeper as a Technology Alliance Partner. This new partnership enables businesses to seamlessly integrate Keeper’s extensive password-related event data into LogRhythm’s NextGen Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) platform for threat monitoring. This partnership comes at a time […]

Don’t Let Poor Cybersecurity Break Your Heart

Don’t Let Poor Cybersecurity Break Your Heart

Last February wasn’t very romantic for users of some online dating sites. Popular dating app Coffee Meets Bagel disclosed that it had been breached — making the announcement on Valentine’s Day, no less. Online dating is big business. An estimated 35 million Americans have given it a go, and 59% […]

5G Will Make Password Management More Important Than Ever

5G Will Make Password Management More Important Than Ever

Technology moves fast, and here at Keeper, we like to keep our customers apprised of new and emerging technologies so that they can adjust their cybersecurity hygiene accordingly. Fifth-generation wireless technology (5G) is here, and over the next few years, it’s going to gradually replace the current 4G LTE standard. […]

Pop a Cork for Data Privacy Day 2020!

Pop a Cork for Data Privacy Day 2020!

January 28th marks Data Privacy Day, an international day that recognizes data privacy and security by raising awareness and promoting privacy best practices. Today’s world is awash in data; more personal data is being collected every moment of every day than at any other time in history. The minutiae of […]

Keeper Security Partners with LPL Financial to Help Financial Advisors Prevent Data Breaches

Keeper Security Partners with LPL Financial to Help Financial Advisors Prevent Data Breaches

According to Accenture’s Cost of Cyber Crime Study, financial services has been the most attacked industry for two consecutive years, and a Bitglass report discovered that nearly 62% of all data exposed in 2019 came from financial organizations. These sobering statistics have not escaped the attention of the U.S. Securities […]

Are You Using One of the Most Popular Passwords in the World?

Are You Using One of the Most Popular Passwords in the World?

As parents have been telling their children since time immemorial, being popular isn’t always a good thing. For example, if you’re using a password that is popular with many people around the world, you’re setting yourself up to be breached. Cybercriminals already know about these passwords, as they’ve all appeared […]

Roar Into the ’20s with These 5 Cybersecurity Tips

Roar Into the ’20s with These 5 Cybersecurity Tips

The ’20s are here — again! Things are a bit different in 2020 than they were in 1920. We don’t have flying cars yet, but they will be driving themselves around soon. Newspapers and radio have given way to mobile apps and podcasts and criminals can now steal sensitive files […]