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Keeper Security joins Amazon Web Services Partner Network
Mon, 11th Mar 2024

In a stride towards robust cyber resilience, Keeper Security, a provider of cloud-based cybersecurity software, has announced its association with the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN). Acting as a crucial juncture for AWS Partners worldwide, the APN works towards the creation, marketing, and selling of customer solutions with the aid of shared expertise and resources. As an APN member, Keeper Security aims to meet the rising need for secure accounts by enhancing the current digital protection strategies for businesses grappling with growing cybersecurity threats.

"We’re proud to meet their rigid standards and bring their technical advantages to public and private-sector business and enterprise customers," stated Darren Guccione, CEO and Co-founder of Keeper Security. He views this collaboration as a significant step forward that aligns with Keeper's unwavering dedication to introducing sophisticated cybersecurity solutions.

Keeper Security boasts an award-winning variety of consumer and business solutions in password and privileged connection management, along with unique offerings like dark web monitoring, secure file storage, encrypted messaging, Single-Sign-On (SSO) integration, compliance reporting, and comprehensive event logging. Keeper aims to cater to businesses of all scales, from the smallest home offices to the largest multinational corporations. They also proffer KeeperMSP, a solution designed specifically for managed service providers.

Another highlight of Keeper’s extensive suite is its Enterprise Password Manager, conceived to offer organisations full observability into employee password habits. This tool grants IT administrators the power to enforce company password policies, observe employee adherence, and create audit trails and reports. It efficiently administers the lifecycle of privileged access credentials with Role-Based Access Controls (RBAC) and controlled credential sharing. Building towards a fully passwordless experience, the system can integrate with SSO, letting users access their vaults without the need for a master password.

Additionally, KeeperPAM, Keeper's latest offering, is producing ripples in the traditional Privileged Access Management (PAM) space. It integrates enterprise-grade password, secrets, and privileged connection management within a unified and cost-effective SaaS platform that is poised to ensure complete visibility, security, control, and reporting across every privileged user on every device inside an organisation. Some of the critical aspects customers prefer Keeper for include Enterprise Security, Robust Compliance and Reporting, and Powerful Security Insights.

By teaming up with AWS, Keeper can extend its market coverage and improve its capacity to serve its customers in different industry sectors worldwide. Besides, the firm will be able to offer Consulting Partner Private Offers (CPPO) to Keeper's reseller community, thus enabling them to facilitate customer purchases in the AWS Marketplace.