2016 Yearly Archives

Security Life Hacks for the New Year

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The new year is the time for resolutions, and what better way to enhance your peace of mind than to resolve to improve security? Here are some life hacks – or strategies to manage your life more efficiently – that you can adopt to improve online security, safeguard your home and protect your personal information. […]

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Have You Been Pwned? Troy Hunt Will Help You Find Out

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If you visit Troy Hunt’s website – Have I Been Pwned.com – and read the often-voluminous posts on his blog, you might think he has time for little else. But the sites are just a sideline for Hunt, an Australia-based Microsoft Regional Director and MVP whose primary business is training security professionals. Have I Been […]

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2016: What Can We Learn From A Banner Year for Cybercrime

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2016 will go down as yet another banner year – unfortunately – for hackers and data thieves globally. This article looks at some of the successful attacks while probing for patterns and trends in cybercrime. Big target on the IoT: The Dyn DDoS attack. Our blog on cybercrime predictions for 2017 forecasted increasing efforts of […]

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Keeper Q&A: An Interview with the Editor-in-Chief of Threatpost

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Threatpost breaks with the conventional wisdom that an information service funded by a technology company is inherently biased. The independent news site is owned by Kaspersky Labs, but its reputation as an authoritative, independent source of cyber security news has been endorsed by such leading news outlets as The New York Times, The Wall Street […]

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Keeper Q&A: Password Tips with PasswordsCon Founder, Per Thorsheim

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Per Thorsheim, 45, has a self-described “insane” interest in passwords. As one of the world’s foremost security consultants focused solely on passwords, Thorsheim is the founder of PasswordsCon, the respected academic conference where international password security experts gather twice per year in Las Vegas and Europe. He spoke with us from his home in Bergen, […]

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Keeper Q&A: What You Can Learn From Michael Pound’s Scary Password-Cracking Video

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Dr. Michael Pound’s current research focuses on image analysis for phenotyping crops, but you don’t have to be an expert in agriculture – or even computer science – to be frightened by this Computerphile video in which Pound demonstrates a deep-learning server called Beast at the University of Nottingham. Beast uses four parallel graphics processing […]

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Keeper Customer Profile: Mike Maddaloni

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PDF version here. Cyber security becomes more important every day as hackers continue to target users for personal information that can be sold for a profit on the dark web. With more than 10 million consumers engaged with Keeper on a daily basis, we thought it would be a good idea to find out a […]

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