2017 Yearly Archives

What’s the big deal with hashing, and why should I care?

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Hashing algorithms have been in the tech news a lot lately. What are they and why is everyone trying so hard to break them? The latest news concerns the SHA-1 algorithm, which has been declared dead now that a team of researchers from the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) institute and Google Research have found […]

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Password Myth Busters

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Think you know it all when it comes to passwords and protecting your digital life? Guess again. As the saying goes, it’s what you don’t know that can hurt you. Here below are some popular myths about passwords and digital security – busted for you. Myth: Most people exercise reason and caution in securing their […]

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Cybersecurity Travel Tips When Going Abroad

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Tips and Tricks for Cyber Safe Foreign Travels Vacation time is looming, and with the growing strength of the U.S. dollar vs. other currencies, many people are making plans for international travel. If you are among them, be sure you have done all you can to take responsibility for cybersecurity when traveling. After all, it’s […]

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Why Company-wide Password Management Just Makes Sense

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When pressed for reasons for not deploying a comprehensive password management system company-wide, leaders conjure a variety of answers. Among the most common refrains is, “We haven’t been attacked or breached, so why bother? We have other priorities.” What they should be saying is, “We haven’t been attacked or breached – yet.” Data from the […]

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Why a Password Manager is a Gadget Lover’s Best Friend

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Gadget lovers. We all know one. Perhaps you are one. People who love gadgets appreciate the freedom their devices give them to access the information and services they want at any time. But gadget lovers often take big risks with security. They may have an assortment of favorite apps that are spread across their phones, […]

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11 Security Tips for Tax Time

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Tax time is like Christmas for cyber criminals. Their victims are busily pulling together sensitive financial information from all kinds of online sources, and many are filing using one of the half-dozen or so web-based tax-preparation services or electronical state or Federal portals. In the rush to meet deadlines and avoid the ire of the […]

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Spring Cleaning Your Digital Life

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It’s spring: Out with the old! Organizing and cleaning up your digital life has gotten easier Spring is here, which many people will greet with determination to clean out a lot of junk – from closets, garages, desks, and so on. But what about your digital life? As it turns out, that too will benefit […]

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PIN vs. Password: What’s the Difference?

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If you use Windows 10,  you may have noticed that you now have the option of signing in with a personal identification number (PIN) instead of a password. The same applies to the Apple Mac as well as many brands of smartphone. Which might lead you to wonder what exactly is a PIN and how […]

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TeamSIK Response

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Keeper’s engineering team prioritizes the security and privacy of our customers over all feature and functionality decisions in our application.  Our company policy has a strict zero-knowledge and no-data-leakage policy and everything we create adheres to these protocols. Recently, a team of researchers posted a report about vulnerabilities and bugs in various Android password management […]

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Keeper Customer Profile: Salvatore Porcillo

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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 bit more about […]

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