Category: Keeper Q&A

Q&A with Keeper’s CTO: What’s New In The Data Threat Environment

Q&A with Keeper’s CTO: What’s New In The Data Threat Environment

Keeper co-founder and CTO on the cold hard facts of data security today. Craig Lurey is co-founder and chief technology officer at Keeper Security. It’s his job to insure that Keeper’s solutions stay a step ahead of the dangers in today’s hyper-dynamic threat environment. Here’s his take on just what […]

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

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

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 […]

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

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

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 […]

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

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

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 […]