How to Secure Your Secrets With Keeper Security – Zane Bond – ESW #266
Since IT network secrets unlock access to highly privileged systems and data, securing secrets is just as critical to preventing cyberattacks as securing end-user passwords. One study found that 75% of ransomware attacks involve compromised credentials – most of the time, RDP credentials. However, secrets management is a challenge for IT teams, who must mitigate secrets sprawl, hardcoded and embedded credentials, and duplicative data stores in hybrid cloud and multi-cloud environments.
Keeper Secrets Manager (KSM) is a fully cloud-based, Zero-Knowledge platform for managing IT infrastructure secrets such as API keys, database passwords, cloud access keys, certificates, SSH keys, service account passwords, and any other type of confidential data. KSM seamlessly integrates into nearly any data environment, with no additional hardware or cloud-hosted infrastructure required. It offers out-of-the-box integrations with a wide variety of DevOps tools, including Github Actions, Kubernetes, Ansible and more.
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Zane Bond is the Director of Product Management at Keeper Security. In his role, Zane is responsible for driving product strategy while building the product roadmap for Keeper’ portfolio. Zane has managed various cybersecurity solutions for more than 12 years, across many disciplines including, endpoint security, network detection, machine learning and AI, incident response, privileged access management, and now credential and secrets management.