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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Among the many repercussions of the widely-reported supply chain cyber attack on a network software firm is that nation-state threat actors gained access to privileged login credentials. Microsoft, which investigated the attack on behalf of cybersecurity firm FireEye, issued an advisory stating that nation-state threat actors obtained administrative access to some targeted networks by stealing

How to Protect Your Organization from Credential Theft by Nation-State Cybercriminals

2020 has been quite the year for many reasons including cybersecurity trends that either emerged from or were accelerated by the global pandemic. A major shift to working remotely led to an unprecedented increase in the amount of sensitive data being transmitted over less secure networks. The biggest cybersecurity news in Q4 2020 was the

Q4 Data Breach Roundup

Updated March 27, 2023. The frequency of changing your passwords varies on your current password practices. For example, if you use strong, unique passwords for your accounts, you won’t have to change your passwords as often. However, there are circumstances where you should change your passwords right away such as a security breach, you suspect

How Often Should You Change Your Passwords?

For years, organizations have been engaging in digital transformation efforts to improve internal processes, cut costs, and enhance the customer experience. In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic turned what had been a gradual process into a mad dash, forcing organizations to accelerate their digital transformation timelines by several years. Cybersecurity frequently fell by the wayside, overshadowed

Four Best Practices for a Secure Digital Transformation

Updated March 20, 2023. Every day, millions of people use browsers like Google Chrome, FireFox and Safari to search the internet. Out of those millions of people, a fair portion use incognito mode in an attempt to maintain their privacy and stay safe on the internet, even if this is not what incognito was created

What Does Incognito Mode Do and Is It Safe?

PCMag has once again chosen Keeper as the Best Password Manager of the Year! This is the third straight year that keeper has been selected for the annual Best Tech Products of the Year list. Additionally, PCMag named Keeper as an Editors’ Choice, with a rating of “Excellent.” PCMag’s 2020 “Best Tech Products of the

PCMag Names Keeper Best Password Manager for the 3rd Consecutive Year

Online shopping has been overtaking brick-and-mortar retail for years, and the COVID-19 pandemic has put the shift to ecommerce into overdrive. As cases resurge in many areas, consumers are increasingly turning to online gift-buying as a safer alternative to crowded stores. However, while virtual aisles hold no threats of COVID-19 spread, cyber threats loom large,

5 Tips for Protecting your Online Security this Holiday Shopping Season

Cloud-based office productivity solutions, including Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365) and Google Workspace (formerly G Suite), enable remote workers to communicate, collaborate, and work from anywhere. Unfortunately, cybercriminals are using these productivity apps to breach organizational networks. One of the attacks currently making the rounds is a phishing scheme that leverages the automated notifications that

Protect Your Company Against “Notification” Phishing Schemes

The Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) was passed in 2002 in the wake of a number of major corporate accounting scandals, particularly the Enron scandal. To prevent a situation like Enron from occuring again, SOX mandates checks and balances to ensure the accuracy and transparency of corporate disclosures and to protect enterprise shareholders and the general public

How Keeper Simplifies Sox Compliance

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