Keeper vs LastPass: What’s the Difference?

July 27, 2022 | Brigantia , Keeper
Sean O'Neill

Written by
Sean O'Neill

Keeper Security and LastPass are both password managers, but each has its own set of features and benefits for users.

What is Keeper Security?

Keeper is a password manager that stores online login credentials, documents, media files, and other private information in an encrypted digital web vault. It removes the need for your users to remember passwords while also protecting your company from data breaches and other password-related cyberthreats. After installing Keeper, the only password users need to remember is the master password they use to access their digital vault.

What is LastPass?

LastPass is a password manager that stores encrypted passwords in a digital vault. LastPass is a freemium service that provides a basic package for individuals as well as a premium package for families and businesses.

Keeper received higher customer satisfaction ratings in all categories in the 2020 G2 report comparing the Keeper and LastPass password managers, including:
  • Ease of doing business with
  • Quality of support
  • Local access
  • Remote access
  • Auditing

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You can read the full report comparing Keeper and LastPass here...

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