Your biggest security threat walks through your door every day.
Employees use weak passwords, reuse them across accounts and forget them.
So what can you do to protect your business?
Like all problems there is no single solution. You have to nip away at all problems til you get rid off them. We have several solutions to help reduce user risk. Introducing training and a password manager are a great start. Keeper Password Manager will help reduce staff risk!
SIMPLE SHARING OF PASSWORDS
Put an end to a single password for everything, post-it notes, black books, excel spreadsheets and emails containing passwords. Keeper allows you to share passwords securely with your team. You can even prevent them from seeing the password.
Keeper also audits who used the password
SHARE MULTI FACTOR AUTHENTICATION
If your are not using Two-factor authentication (2FA) or Multi-factor suthentication (MFA). You should and you shoudl be ensisting that your staff do as well. Some sites do not allow mutiple accounts and you need to give multip staff access. You don’t want to be reliant on a staff members mobile. Keeper fixes this. Passwords stored with MFA in keeper will be accessible to staff if shared.
ENFORCE A STRONG PASSWORD
Keeper allows you as a business to define what is a secure password e.g. how many special characters how long etc. You can then report on the compliance.
NOT JUST PASSWORD
Keeper is more than just a Password manager it allows for the secure storage of other senitive data like: Logins, card details, addresses, ID, server logins, Secure notes and much more
Some Technical info if your interested
Keeper supports Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) including SMS, Keeper DNA® (smartwatch tap), TOTP (e.g. Google Authenticator and Authy), FIDO U2F (e.g. Yubikey), Duo and RSA SecurID. 2FA may be enforced through role-based controls.
All encryption and decryption is done on the user’s device. PBKDF2 with 100,000 rounds is used for deriving a key from the user’s master password. Each record is encrypted using AES-256 with a different and unique key that is randomly generated client-side. RSA encryption is used for secure record sharing between users and teams. Keeper’s infrastructure sync’s encrypted ciphertext between devices. Key pinning is enforced between client and server. All data in transit and at rest is always encrypted – it cannot be viewed by Keeper Security employees or any outside party.
Large organizations such as universities can provision Keeper vaults to thousands of users with a domain match on email addresses. With minimum administration, large-scale deployment
can be accomplished using an existing email channel or portal.
Support for Subsidiaries, Departments, Offices & Branches
Keeper was created to support nodes and organizational units to accommodate any-sized organization across all major industries. The Keeper Administrator can structure password management policies by role, team and organizational unit. Thus, different divisions, branches, brands and office locations of an organization can all be protected with Keeper, while having different access rights, permissions and policies for enforcing secure password management across the organization. Each organization may utilize multiple Keeper Administrators with fine-grained permissions over their users, roles and teams.