Keeper is enterprise security software that offers multi-tenant password management and secure file storage. The software is a “zero-knowledge” security provider, which means that the user is the only one with access to the information being stored on the device and in the Keeper Cloud Security Vault.
The software is a web-based system that provides mobile security and data loss prevention and it is compatible with desktop computers and mobile devices. The service includes an IT admin console with password security enforcements, user provisioning, delegated administration, and Active Directory integration.
The software uses 256-bit AES encryption, PBKDF2 key generation, perfect forward secrecy, and two-factor authentication. The enterprise platform is scalable and works with businesses of all sizes to integrate security, privacy, and internal controls. The software syncs across an unlimited number of devices and can be used with unlimited users.
Jeffrey from Williamson Insurance
Employees number: 11 to 20 employees
We like this product a lot. We can access our sign ins and passwords on our phones, home and office computers, and I pads. Change it one place it changes in all places. We can save our links and link directly to the page we want and enter sign ins and passwords with a touch. We no longer have passwords written on post it notes or paper. We can check the security level of the passwords we save and enter key notes into the system.
There is little to dislike. The system is very convenient to use.
We share passwords sometimes for some sites. When one of us changes the password it changes instantly for everyone. We access our passwords from anywhere. It reduces the tendency to use the same password over and over because memorizing is not an issue. We don't have to worry about anyone getting the information by inadvertently seeing it on a desk or computer. We have 16 using it and our feelings are unanimous.
Brad from Retail Management Solutions
Employees number: 21 to 50 employees
The product is simple to use. It generates random strong passwords if you'd like and gives you the ability to store any information - like personal questions and responses. I no longer use true answers to the personal questions certain sites require. I just create random responses and record them in Keeper. We also require all users to use 2FA which is controlled globally so no one has a choice.
I really don't have any complaints. The application has been very helpful in ensuring compliance with our company password policies and procedures.
Ease of use is a big factor. If it's not easy to use, your employees won't use it and adoption will be poor. I think 2-factor authentication is an important feature as well. We also use the ability to share passwords between team members. This is only allowed for documents like Excel, but it vastly improves our ability to secure a document and still allow multiple people the ability to make changes to it.