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You’re Only as Strong as Your Master Password

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We put everything online.  It’s convenient for work and our personal lives.  Our confidential information is being stored and our lives are being shared, and all of it is safe and secure behind our passwords.  Regardless of the unspeakable amount of combinations that your password could be, breaches of security still happen.  Our reputations can […]

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The State of Mobile Security: 2012

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The new year brings many of the same challenges that Callpod has long ago recognized in mobile device security. Security risks with corporate mobile devices continue to rise as the use of tablets in professional environments demand an increase in security measures. Experts recognize that the key to security within mobile devices lies in encryption–as […]

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More Reasons to Encrypt Your Information

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A report on the security vulnerabilities of Android phones was recently released by North Carolina State University, highlighting reasons for encrypting your most important information as you enter it into your phone. Keeper continues to work even through possible security breaches, viruses and malware–if someone is in your phone, Keeper still guards your data like […]

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Keeper for the iPhone 4s

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We are continuing our mission to protect your mobile devices so that you can go about your business with absolute security, and know that your most important files will always be accessible. The most recent version of Keeper coincides with the release of the iPhone 4S. Keeper now runs faster than ever before. Syncing to […]

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"Device Malware Takes Off"

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The white paper Mobile and Smart Device Survey 2011: Device Malware Takes Off by Robert Vamosi and Kurt Stammberger, CISS provides a history of malware and reiterates our concern for the protection of mobile devices. A great read for anyone who recognizes the true vulnerability of laptops, tablets and smartphones.

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More Teens Report Being Hacked

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The digital age has brought with it a host of concerns for parents regarding the privacy of their children in light of the information and activities that is now being shared online. And with good reason: “An Associated Press-MTV poll finds 3 in 10 teens and young adults have had people get into their Facebook, […]

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BlackBerry Teaches Valuable Lesson in Backing Up to the Cloud

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Many of the people who have relied upon BlackBerry’s Password Manager function found themselves in dire straits these past few days during the failure of service to 70 million of its users. Of the many problems and snafus that this created, the most critical one was the inability of BlackBerry users to connect to the […]

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