Category: Password Security

Keeper’s Fall Makeover

Keeper’s Fall Makeover

This month, the leaves aren’t the only things that are changing. While you’ve been breaking out the scarves and sweaters, we’ve been updating our look, too. For starters, we recently released a brand new version of Keeper for iOS 7. Apple’s new mobile operating system has a softer, sleeker look, […]

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween!

October is over, and tonight is the spookiest night of the year. Ghosts, zombies and vampires are lurking behind every corner; nothing is what it seems. But if you’re anything like us, monsters and spirits aren’t the scariest thing you can think of. Hackers and cyber criminals are a real-life […]

Keeper In The New York Times

Keeper In The New York Times

Well, we’ve officially made it. Hi, mom! Hi, dad! We’re famous! Last week, Keeper was featured in the New York Times. Our lil’ app was reviewed alongside a few other big names in password managers (we won’t mention them here) in an article called, “Apps to Protect Your Array of […]

Keeper Featured on iTunes!

Keeper Featured on iTunes!

This just in: Keeper is being featured on iTunes! You can find a big ol’ Keeper logo smack dab at the top of the “Productivity” category in the iTunes App Store. And underneath, you’ll find us in the #1 spot for Best New Apps!

The Future of Passwords

The Future of Passwords

As you probably noticed, Apple’s recent release of the iPhone 5s has met with mixed reviews, and even some debate. Whatever your opinion of the device, there is one new feature on it that is unquestionably controversial: the fingerprint scanner. That’s right: once the fantasy of 1950’s sci-fi, fingerprint readers […]

Two-Factor Authentication

Two-Factor Authentication

If you, or your organization, need access to high-value or sensitive accounts and records (like banks, emails, customer data, and more) you may be thinking about adding an extra layer of security to supplement usernames and passwords. Time-based one-time password (TOTP) codes are a form of two-factor authentication (2FA) that […]

Hacking for Good, Not Evil

Hacking for Good, Not Evil

For obvious reasons, we here at Keeper write a fair amount about the dangers of hacking. “Hackers,” as we describe them, are criminals: people who use flaws in security to illegally get hold of users’ personal information and–often–use it for purposes of theft. Manipulating a system to steal someone’s money […]

Focus:  The Ability to Say “No”

Focus: The Ability to Say “No”

by Darren Guccione, CEO & Co-Founder Last week, I had the pleasure of sitting as a guest on The Mad Rocket radio show, a fun and innovative talk show about entrepreneurship, innovation and marketing. The show airs weekly on AM 560 The Answer and is hosted by Mark Imperial and […]

BYOD: The Security Dilemma

BYOD: The Security Dilemma

by Darren Guccione, CEO & Co-Founder One of the latest buzz phrases to hit the SMB and Enterprise space is BYOD: Bring Your Own Device. This term wasn’t invented out of creativity – it was a result of addressing a major dilemma that CIO’s, CTO’s and Sys Admins began facing […]