The week continues to be an exciting one at Keeper: Secure File Storage is now live for iOS, Android and Web users! With Secure File Storage, users can upload and drag-and-drop their most important files, photos and videos to their Keeper vaults. Secure File Storage uses the same military-grade encryption and security that has protected our Keeper users for years. Files are encrypted during the upload process and the user holds the encryption key for complete privacy and security. Customers also have the ability to securely share files with fellow Keeper users vault-to-vault, making Secure File Storage the best way to save and transfer the most sensitive information. Keeper has already sold several thousand storage plans in less than a week. Secure File Storage plans start at only $9.99/yr. All users can encrypt and upload their first five files free of charge. Existing Keeper users can upgrade their accounts with Secure File Storage for under $1 per month. “Initial user fe

If you didn t already know, Keeper is based in Chicago. Our office is located in Chicago s historic West Loop district, right next to downtown. Known as much for its Greek restaurants as for its wealth of historic loft buildings, the West Loop has become a growing hub for young startups like us. Keeper Security HQ in Chicago’s West Loop neighborhood. Chicago is more than ever a center of technological innovation and entrepreneurship. While our engineering offices are located in Folsom, California, our headquarters are in Chicago, where we are surrounded with excitement and encouragement from other young tech companies. Organizations like the Chicago Entrepreneurship Center (CEC), 1871, and BuiltInChicago, provide valuable networking and support for Chicago startups, and have played a crucial role in building a community of entrepreneurs and startups in the city.  Darren, our CEO, is a community board member of 1871 and helps mentor new start ups. For an awesome database of Chicago

Today, Keeper is proud to announce its official SOC 2 Type II certification! If that means absolutely nothing to you, read on. This certification indicates that a third-party organization rigorously audited our company and application to ensure that we meet certain standards of information control. And we totally passed! We re excited to be able to provide our users with cold, hard evidence of our dedication to quality and control in dealing with their most sensitive information. From the people we employ to the software we use, rest assured that every facet of Keeper meets the same standard of excellence. Darren Guccione, CEO and cofounder of Keeper, weighs in on the certification: “Keeper strives to maintain the highest levels of internal controls, quality assurance and compliance across the entire company. By achieving SOC 2 Type II certification, Keeper has once again proven that it is committed to delivering solutions that meet the standards of such a difficult and detailed a

With the advent and growing utilization of mobile devices in today s workplace, business owners are faced with a whole new set of security concerns. Information that once-upon-a-time was stored on desktop computers or even paper documents now goes home with employees at the end of the day. In the era of a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) model, how can businesses ensure that every employee s smartphone, tablet or laptop is protected? The National Cyber Security Alliance gives some general advice on creating and implementing a cybersecurity plan for businesses, but what does cyber attack prevention look like in practice? Enter Keeper for Groups. For business small or large, Keeper for Groups solves a whole slew of security problems posed by the modern mobile workplace. Take the medical sector. Keeper was recommended in this article about the need for healthcare enterprises to manage ultra-sensitive patient information on employees personal devices. Heavy-duty encryption is crucial to prot

Happy Fourth of July, everybody! There are many ways to celebrate our great nation on its birthday. Fireworks, barbeques, picnics, and drinking are all time-honored Independence Day rituals. But this year, we’d like you to add one more thing to your calendar for July 4th: update password security. 1. Change your email password. Hackers will often use an email password as a way to gain access to other accounts using data found in your email. Change it regularly and you can help protect many of your other accounts at once. 2. Enable two-factor authentication. In the hands of the wrong person, your mobile device can be a goldmine of saved passwords and automatic logins. Don’t get lazy allow two-factor authentication to verify that the person logging into your Keeper account is really you. 3. Change your Keeper master password. Do we have to explain this one? It’s the single most important password you’ve got. Make it strong, change it often. Please. For the love and honor of your