Category: BreachWatch

#NCSAM Tip: Poor Employee Password Habits Open SMBs to Cyberattacks

#NCSAM Tip: Poor Employee Password Habits Open SMBs to Cyberattacks

We’re halfway through National Cybersecurity Awareness Month in the U.S., but cyberattacks are a global and year-round problem for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Ponemon Institute’s 2019 Global State of Cybersecurity in Small and Medium-Sized Businesses, commissioned by Keeper Security, found that cyberattacks against SMBs are becoming more frequent, complex, […]

#NCSAM Tip: Don’t Wait for a Business to Tell You That Your Password Was Stolen

#NCSAM Tip: Don’t Wait for a Business to Tell You That Your Password Was Stolen

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month is a great time to do a cyber self-check and make sure you’re doing what you need to do to protect yourself online. One of the most basic precautions is to use strong, unique passwords for every device, account, and app. That prevents cybercriminals from guessing […]

Keeper Releases Free Data Breach Scan powered by BreachWatch®

Keeper Releases Free Data Breach Scan powered by BreachWatch®

Earlier this week we released a powerful, free tool to help you find out whether your email and passwords have been stolen in a public data breach. Keeper’s Data Breach Scan powered by BreachWatch® is truly free with no account sign-up required to learn whether the email address provided is […]

The BreachWatch® Advantage

The BreachWatch® Advantage

Some websites offer what appears to be a similar service to BreachWatch by Keeper, for free. Credit bureaus also offer what appears to be a similar paid service. What is the difference between those services and Keepers new tool BreachWatch? BreachWatch is different and superior to any other solution in […]