With multiple products available for managing passwords, secrets and connections, how can enterprises choose the right provider?
At QBS, we’d argue that zero-trust practices should factor highly — such as from Keeper Security.
Keeper Security is all about defending against password-related data breaches and cyberthreats: its password manager compares very well for its ease of use, including around set-up and administration, according to reviewers.
Ongoing product support as well as feature updates and roadmaps also score highly.
By unifying enterprise passwords, secrets and privileged connections management, Keeper offers a single, pervasive view for tracking, logging, monitoring and securing all users and devices, wherever they are.
In addition, Keeper has long standing SOC2 and ISO27001 certification. Users receive best-in-class security with a zero-trust framework and zero-knowledge security architecture.
Customer data is secured with multiple layers of encryption keys at the vault, shared folder and record levels. Competitors may only support encryption at the vault level, at the time of writing.
And with zero trust, all users and devices are assumed vulnerable to compromise, which is why everyone, human and machine, must be verified before accessing the network.
For MSPs on the hunt for a fully managed, cloud-based, zero-knowledge platform for API keys, database passwords, access keys, certificates and a range of other confidential data, Keeper Secrets Manager integrates these features directly.
Keeper can also seamlessly import records and attachments, even from some other password managers, with event logging and alerts on offer too for some 140 types of events.
Of course, working with QBS, Keeper Security is super-easy to do business with, too.
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