“Keeper noted that the system can operate on Windows, MacOS, iOS, and Android, and said that it’s FINRA and HIPAA compliant.”
Keeper has adapted its secure messaging system for the enterprise.
KeeperChat was first launched earlier this year. Envisioned as a WhatsApp-like texting service, the platform allows users to store messages and media in a secure vault, with two-factor authentication used for login, including a login option based on fingerprint recognition. The system also lets users set ‘self-destruct’ timers for particular messages, and to retract messages at any time.
In announcing KeeperChat for Business and Enterprise, Keeper noted that the system can operate on Windows, MacOS, iOS, and Android, and said that it’s FINRA and HIPAA compliant. It can support an unlimited number of devices, offers cloud backup, and can be integrated with an organization’s preferred Single Sign-On solution.
Commenting further in a statement, Keeper Security CEO Darren Guccione explained that KeeperChat was originally launched “to address a need in the market for a truly private AND secure messaging app,” adding that users gave the company “great feedback”. With businesses increasingly communicating with staff via digital messaging and mobile devices, Keeper’s offering for the enterprise could end up seeing a similar level of enthusiasm.