Carahsoft to Resell Keeper Security Platform Through Government Contracts

Jeff Brody

Carahsoft has agreed to distribute Keeper Security‘s password management and encryption platform to public sector agencies via three government contracting vehicles and reseller partners.

Agencies can procure the cybersecurity offering from Carahsoft  through NASA’s Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement V contract and procurement vehicles managed by the National Association of State Procurement Officials and National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance, the company said Tuesday.

Keeper Security designed its technology to encrypt and decrypt personal data after they log into the vault, with records only accessible using a randomly generated advanced encryption standard key.

Steve Jacyna, director of emerging cybersecurity solutions at Carahsoft, said the platform would help administrators monitor the policy compliance of passwords in large teams.

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