Keeper Enterprise Bridge Offers Microsoft Active Directory Users Seamless Cross-Platform Password Management

Keeper announced today the launch of Keeper Enterprise Bridge, a new component that seamlessly integrates Keeper for Groups with Microsoft Active Directory. This allows businesses running Microsoft Active Directory to fully integrate Keeper password management software within their current systems, automatically adding any number of users to Keeper for Groups and deploying Keeper to any user.

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Keeper Enterprise Bridge, a new component that seamlessly integrates Keeper for Groups with Microsoft Active Directory

Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 11, 2014

Traditional enterprise password management solutions operate separately from established user management systems. They require resource intensive deployments and lack synchronization with Microsoft Active Directory.

Keeper Enterprise Bridge helps IT administrators bridge the gap by providing fast integration of a complete password management solution in just minutes. Keeper Enterprise Bridge also supports integration with other LDAP Directory Services.

Even when they know the hazards, users still store passwords in plaintext, share them over email, or reuse the same password, because it’s easy. This behavior is hazardous in a business environment and poses a significant security risk. Keeper for Groups mitigates risk by allowing users to easily generate, store, and share passwords securely. All records are protected by 256-bit AES encryption with PBKDF2 key derivation as well as Two-Factor Authentication. The data is securely encrypted throughout the entire process: from the user's device, while being transmitted to and from Keeper’s Cloud Security Vault®, and while stored in the vault. Decryption can only occur on the user's device when the Master Password is entered.

Many businesses running Microsoft Active Directory have employees that also access corporate data through personal devices. Keeper for Groups allows business users to securely access credentials and sync passwords between any work device, personal device, or web browser.

Traditionally, it takes months of painful integration and substantial IT consulting fees to implement this level of system-wide security. Keeper for Groups plans start at only $59.99 per year. The Keeper Enterprise Bridge is free for all current Keeper for Groups customers. In its first six months, Keeper for Groups has been implemented by over 2,800 organizations worldwide. Keeper for Groups is published in 16 languages.

About Keeper Security

Keeper Security, Inc. is the creator of Keeper, the world’s most downloaded password security application for storing, accessing and safeguarding passwords and personal information. Founded in 2009 by CEO Darren Guccione and CTO Craig Lurey, Keeper Security is a privately-held company that is based in Chicago, Illinois with engineering offices in Folsom, California. Keeper is SOC certified and utilizes world-class encryption to safeguard its users. Keeper is available on all major Smartphones, Tablets and Computers – covering iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, PC, BlackBerry, Kindle, and Windows Phone. Keeper is published in 16 languages covering over 80 countries worldwide. With over 50,000 5-star reviews in the app stores, Keeper has one of the highest product rankings by consumers. Millions of users worldwide trust Keeper to manage their passwords and help them quickly and securely access their websites.

Learn more at Keeper Security; follow updates on Twitter: @keepersecurity, Google+, or on Facebook.


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