Category: Password Security

Keeper’s Workplace Password Malpractice Report Finds Widespread Password Security Problems

Keeper’s Workplace Password Malpractice Report Finds Widespread Password Security Problems

When COVID-19 forced organizations worldwide to rapidly deploy and secure remote workforces, teams began connecting to organizational resources remotely, in environments that their employers did not control, many times using their own devices. Keeper wondered about the impact of widespread remote work on password security. Were remote employees following simple […]

Keeper Enhances Productivity and Security for Consumers with New, Unique Features

Keeper Enhances Productivity and Security for Consumers with New, Unique Features

Keeper continuously strives to make our customers’ lives easier by ensuring our password manager is as simple and convenient to use as possible. We’re excited to announce that we’ve added some major usability updates to Keeper that are designed to save our customers time. Increased Security with Less Dependency on […]

There’s Never Been a Better Time to Switch to Keeper’s Full-featured Individual and Family Plans

There’s Never Been a Better Time to Switch to Keeper’s Full-featured Individual and Family Plans

If you’re a LastPass customer and are thinking about switching to a new, full-featured password manager, it’s a great time to check out all of the features that Keeper’s individual and family plans have to offer. Here are just a few of the great benefits you’ll get from Keeper, PCMag’s […]

The Verkada Breach and the Importance of Password Security in an Increasingly Digitized World

The Verkada Breach and the Importance of Password Security in an Increasingly Digitized World

As organizations spend millions of dollars on cybersecurity technologies, too many companies are still neglecting the basics. According to Verizon, over 80% of successful cyberattacks are traced back to weak or compromised passwords. This includes the recent cyberattack on Verkada, which compromised about 150,000 video surveillance cameras, including feeds located […]

On Employee Appreciation Day, Give Your Team Members the Gift of Password Security

On Employee Appreciation Day, Give Your Team Members the Gift of Password Security

Employee Appreciation Day, observed on the first Friday in March, is a day for companies to thank their employees for their hard work and effort throughout the year. In light of Employee Appreciation Day, and with all of us spending more time online than ever before, we at Keeper would […]

Keeper’s Statement on App Trackers

Keeper’s Statement on App Trackers

A recent report was published regarding embedded trackers in LastPass and other password managers. The Exodus site published “2 trackers” for Keeper software. This is not correct. On mobile applications, Keeper previously utilized the Adjust SDK only to determine the source of the app install. This install was then attributed […]

Keeper’s Commitment to Staying Platform Agnostic

Keeper’s Commitment to Staying Platform Agnostic

February dawned with news on the password management front from Apple and Microsoft. First, the Verge reported that Apple released iCloud Passwords, a Google Chrome extension that lets Windows and Mac users save passwords created in Chrome to Apple’s iCloud Keychain. The extension is aimed at people who use an […]

Don’t Let a Lost Password Lock You Out of Your Bitcoin Billions

Don’t Let a Lost Password Lock You Out of Your Bitcoin Billions

How much can a lost password cost you? In the case of Stefan Thomas, about $220 million. As reported by the New York Times, Mr. Thomas has 7,002 Bitcoin securely tucked away in a digital wallet — so securely that even he can’t access it, because he lost the password […]

How to Run a Phishing Test in the Remote Work Environment

How to Run a Phishing Test in the Remote Work Environment

If you’ve ever researched web safety for business, you’ve no doubt come across the term “phishing.” Indeed, phishing poses one of the greatest modern security risks: a whopping 65% of US organizations were the victim of a successful phishing attack in 2019. Despite the increased educational efforts surrounding the practice, […]

How to Disable the Built-in Password Manager In Your Browser

How to Disable the Built-in Password Manager In Your Browser

Passwords are your first line of defense against cyberattacks, and a password manager is your all-in-one tool for managing, storing, changing, and protecting passwords. Modern browsers usually have their own versions of a password manager, but there are many problems with built-in password managers. For starters, they can conflict with […]