Product Quick Facts
Keeper Security is changing the way people and organizations protect their passwords and sensitive digital assets; it’s trusted by millions of individuals and thousands of businesses to substantially mitigate the risk of a data breach.
Keeper works with and on every smartphone, tablet, computer, and browser. It allows users to securely store, share, and manage passwords, logins, credit card numbers, bank accounts, and other private information in an encrypted digital vault.
Keeper protects users’ information with 256-bit AES encryption and PBKDF2, widely accepted as some of the strongest encryption publicly available. User data is encrypted/decrypted at the device level — not on Keeper’s servers or in the cloud. Furthermore, Keeper supports two-factor authentication (2FA), fingerprint login, and Keeper DNA, which can use devices such as smartwatches to verify your identity.
With Keeper, users and quickly and easily create high-strength, random passwords. Management can set and enforce strict password policies and monitor compliance with Keeper’s dashboards, reporting, auditing, and notifications. Privileged accounts provide access to sensitive data and critical systems. Keeper securely manages the life-cycle of privileged account credentials with role-based permissions, controlled credential sharing, and scheduled password rotation.
With SOC 2 certification, Keeper leverages best-in-class encryption to secure its customers devices and information. Keeper is trusted by well-known organizations, including Sony, Chipotle, and the University of Alabama–Birmingham. Keeper has partnerships with global OEMs and mobile operators to pre-load Keeper on smartphones and tablets, including Orange, AT&T, Samsung, and HTC.
We recommend Keeper to any organization looking for a password management tool, but especially organizations with multi-OS environments. Have questions about Keeper? Want to find out more about security software in general? Call, click, or email to speak with an unbiased Technology Advisor for a no-cost, no-obligation consultation on your unique requirements.
(Last updated on 08/22/2016)