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Keeper Security, Inc. ("Keeper") is transforming the way organizations and individuals protect their credentials, secrets, connections and sensitive digital assets to significantly reduce the risks of identity security-related cyberattacks while gaining visibility and control. Keeper is the leading provider of zero-trust and zero-knowledge security cloud services trusted by millions of people and thousands of organizations for password management, secrets management, privileged access, secure remote infrastructure access and encrypted messaging.
Keeper's products are the highest-rated in the industry across G2, Trustpilot, PCMag and U.S. News & World Report. For the last several years, Keeper has received several InfoSec Awards from Cyber Defense Magazine for its cybersecurity enterprise software. Keeper is SOC 2 and ISO 27001 certified and FIPS 140-2 validated and Keeper is the only enterprise password management solution listed on the FedRAMP marketplace. Keeper is backed by Insight Partners, a leading venture capital and private equity firm with $90b AUM.
Join security experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and Keeper Security as they look at user-friendly ways of increasing visibility, security, and control over employee passwords, credentials, and secrets. They will also discuss Privileged Account and Session Management (PASM), Secrets Management for DevOps, and other related topics.
Paul Fisher, Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts, will explore the dangers of not having visibility and control over user credentials on multiple devices, especially where the users involved have privileged access to data and services. He will also explain how to choose the right PAM solution.
Zane Bond, Head of Product Management at Keeper Security will explain how next-gen PAM platforms can provide the most critical components of PAM without the complexity of traditional solutions. He will also discuss the key capabilities of the KeeperPAM Platform, such as SSO integration, privileged credential management, credential vaulting, and session management, monitoring, and recording.
Following the SolarWinds and Kaseya supply chain attacks, security of the DevOps tools chain with all the related components has shifted to the center of attention. There is a lot to do around securing code and CI/CD tools, as well as the execution environments. But it all starts with protecting secrets such as keys, certificates, and even passwords - each one of these can provide access to large amounts of critical information. Join experts from KuppingerCole Analysts and Keeper Security as they discuss the expanding attack surface in the DevOps environment. This is often due to little oversight or control of widely distributed and poorly managed secrets such as API keys, database passwords, cloud access keys, certificates, SSH keys, and service account passwords.
Martin Kuppinger, Principal Analyst at KuppingerCole Analysts will look at the broad range of security requirements in today’s agile IT and DevOps infrastructures, at solutions that help in increasing software supply chain security, and at the specific role Secrets Management plays. Craig Lurey, CTO and Co-Founder of Keeper Security will explain the main points of infrastructure secrets management and how this can be done securely using a cloud-based, zero-knowledge platform without adding complexity or needing to invest in extra hardware.
Organizations are looking to eliminate passwords because they are costly and difficult to manage, they result in poor user experiences, and they are easily compromised, enabling 81% of breaches. But despite these efforts, many passwords remain unsecured. These passwords can still be compromised, and must be managed to mitigate the risk.