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October Is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

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It’s #NSCAM, Keepies! What is NSCAM, you ask? It stands for National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and it’s the reason October is our favorite month out of the year. What could be better than 31 days devoted entirely to promoting safety online? The National Cyber Security Alliance has created a great website just for the […]

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Technology Blogs We Love

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The Keeper team loves blogs. Specifically, we love technology blogs. From cutting-edge news about mobile devices to the latest data breaches, we rely on bloggers to keep us up-to-date on what we need to know. But in the enormous sea of blogs out there, which ones do we keep coming back to? Here’s a list […]

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The Top Cyber Attacks of the Summer

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The end of summer brings cooler weather, changing leaves, and a look back at the season’s high-profile cyber attacks. Here is a recap of the breaches you need to know about: Home Depot Last month, Home Depot revealed that its systems were infiltrated by malware but only recently did the company admit that the breach occurred as far back as […]

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The Secret(s) to Strong Passwords

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Can you remember the first password that you created? Was it “password”? A song title? Your dog’s name plus the year you were born? Second question: Did you use that password for every new account you opened online? Third question: Do you still use that password anywhere and everywhere on the web today? It would […]

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Keeper Will Attend Web Summit (and it’s in Dublin!)

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We’re going to Ireland! This week, Keeper was selected to attend Web Summit in Dublin, known as Europe’s most prominent technology conference where the world’s greatest venture capital investors, innovators, enthusiasts and tech writers converge. Keeper was also named a START company, which includes 150 of the world’s highest potential and most disruptive young businesses. […]

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Cybersecurity Continues to be an International Issue

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We all know the importance of cybersecurity. Your day-to-day routine probably requires the management of numerous passwords and involves countless connections to websites that could pose a hazard to your personal identity. As we’ve seen from recent events, everyone, including well-known celebrities, is vulnerable to an online attack at any time. But Internet security is […]

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Cyber Attack Hits Hollywood

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Academy Award-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence didn’t have the best holiday weekend. On Sunday morning, several photos surfaced featuring J. Law in a barely-there bathing suit and a few others in a birthday suit. And, this was not a publicity stunt for the young starlet. Instead, these private shots appear to have been stolen from her […]

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Happy Labor Day From Keeper!

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Monday, September 1st is Labor Day, an American holiday our honoring workers and their contributions. Although the name suggests a day of labor, the intended meaning is the opposite and we’re here help you relax. Creating, remembering and changing passwords can be hard work. Keeper is designed to make your life online secure and give […]

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Sweet (Second) Home Folsom

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You’ve already read about our homebase is Chicago. But how much do you know about Keeper’s office in Folsom, California? Folsom plays a pivotal role in making Keeper awesome. Part of the Sacramento County metropolitan region, Keeper’s Folsom office is home to everything that makes Keeper great – from our intuitive interface to our iron-clad […]

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Happy National Tell a Joke Day From Keeper!

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In honor of National Tell a Joke Day this weekend (August 16th to be exact), Keeper would like to remind everyone that cybersecurity is no laughing matter. Cyberattacks now cost consumers and businesses billions of dollars each year. Really, we aren’t exaggerating. According to a recent study from the Center for Strategic and International Studies […]

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