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Keeper vs 1Password: See Comparison Chart
Keeper is built with a proprietary zero-knowledge security architecture, meaning all encryption and decryption is done locally on the user’s device. Each record is encrypted using AES-256 with a different and unique key that is randomly generated, client-side.
1Password only encrypts at the vault level and does not encrypt every record.
Better Multi-Platform Support
Keeper works on all major operating systems and is available on all end users’ devices. 1Password was built primarily for Apple’s operating systems, and it lags Keeper in terms of cross-platform support.
Most notably, 1Password does not support Internet Explorer, which represents a major gap in business and enterprise deployments.
Better Sharing Capabilities
1Password requires a user to create separate vaults for sharing different sets of passwords. Passwords are decoupled and spread across many vaults, which makes them difficult to effectively manage.
Keeper provides shareable folders and records within a single vault to allow for easy, effective sharing and management.
More Advanced Control Settings
Keeper provides a powerful and flexible way to manage credentials and files in the form of encrypted records. These records can be organized naturally into a set of folders and subfolders.
Individual records and/or a folder can be shared with a variety of permissions set by the owner. This arrangement is more manageable and scalable than scattering critical data amongst multiple vaults.
Market-Leading Security Infrastructure and Policies
Keeper has the longest standing SOC 2 Type 2, ISO 27001 and TRUSTe certification in the industry. Keeper’s ISMS will ensure that strict security controls are in place to protect customer data and ensure secure operation of products and services.
1Password has not exhibited the same rigor to security practices. It obtained SOC 2 Type 2 certification more than four years after Keeper, and it has still yet to obtain ISO 27001 certification.
Better Customer Service and Support
Keeper knows your questions matter and gives you the option to speak to a live person over the phone. Keeper also offers product training and onboarding with your subscription.
1Password business customers who switched to Keeper are astonished at the fact that Keeper provides a phone number to assist users. 1Password also asks their own users to request technical support via Twitter or a public message forum.
Much More for Much Less
Keeper Enterprise leads the market in capabilities and functionality while maintaining a lower price than 1Password Business.
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Already using 1Password? Migrate to Keeper easily.
Moving your passwords from 1Password to Keeper is simple and secure. Your information stored in 1Password including passwords, folders, subfolders, notes, and accounts are migrated to Keeper with just a few clicks while maintaining full encryption.