Every day, security is becoming more and more difficult to maintain. From security breaches and hacks to government spying, it is incredibly important to make sure that you keep your passwords and data as secure as possible. Let's be honest, we all visit a large number of sites daily, and have the habit of "Saving" the passwords in our browser, which in and of itself can be risky if your computer is lost or stolen. There's no shortage of password encryption programs that are coming out regularly, but we caught up with Keeper at TechWeek Chicago to find out why their services are the best.
Keeper offers two main services, a password vault and a digital vault. Highly secure (using military grade encryption) and easy to use, Keeper allows you to seamlessly keep your passwords safe and use them across all of your devices. Unlike other services, which will store data on their own encrypted servers, but Keeper is different. Yes, they keep the data on their servers - but that data can only be accessed by your devices as they are the only "key" to access it. Even if the Keeper servers were hacked, the hackers would have to have access to your devices as well due to the encryption.
Want to know more? We spoke with Darren Guccione, who filled us in on everything we wanted to know.
So if you're using your browser to store your passwords, or another password saving tool, we would highly recommend that you take a look at Keeper. Security is important, and the people at Keeper don't take it lightly. You can install Keeper on your computers and mobile devices for free, you only have to pay if you wish to take advantage of their backups!