'Security Basics' Category Archives

Get Rid of Bad Habits and Use Keeper

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We all do it–use the same login credentials for multiple sites. It’s a bad habit we’ve formed but what else are we supposed to do now that we use the Internet for everything. This habit which may seem helpful for our memories is hurtful to our accounts. If one set of login credentials is the […]

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Stay Secure This Spring with Keeper

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Spring is upon us! Fun times with friends and family will be accumulating more and more as the days grow longer. We’ll be ditching the coats and bags and rely on our pockets and hands to hold onto our wallets and Smartphones. We all know how easy and natural it is to put down what’s […]

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You Can Rely On Keeper

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We don’t want to believe it could happen to us, but theft happens to people and in places we would never expect.  There’s also those accidents where we leave our belongings in places and they aren’t there when we return.  When something as valuable to us as our cellphone or laptop that holds all of […]

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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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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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"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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Investment in Mobile Security to Increase 44% Annually Through 2015

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Regular followers of Callpod’s blog know that this has been an extraordinary year in mobile device security. Breaches of security are occurring at rates that only continue to accelerate. Hacking is taking place for all kinds of reasons as our lives become increasingly enmeshed in technology, targeting everyone from workers to regular consumers accustomed to […]

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