On-Prem vs. Cloud

Which components of Keeper are on-premise versus Cloud-based?

Keeper's architecture is the most secure in the industry. Built from the ground up with record-level encryption and client-side key generation, the foundation of Keeper Enterprise is built upon a model that ensures only the user is able to decrypt and access their privileged information.

The Keeper platform is built on an access layer and encryption layer. Access and authentication controls who is able to sync the encrypted ciphertext, and client-side encryption controls who is able to physically encrypt/decrypt the data.

If you are using an SSO solution and plan to integrate Keeper into your identity provider, Keeper offers both on-premise and cloud versions of Keeper SSO Connect™. For on-prem tenants, Keeper SSO Connect generates the encryption keys and authenticates the users in real time. For cloud tenants, SSO Connect Cloud is fully managed by the Keeper infrastructure with device-level encryption.

All of Keeper's user-facing applications contain on-device local encrypted storage. All Keeper applications can be locked down to specific IP Allow lists through role-based enforcement policies. Customers can also enforce the use of 2FA and other security policies through the Keeper Admin Console. The cloud component of the Keeper architecture is hosted with Amazon AWS with multi-zone and multi-region redundancy. Isolated data centers are available in US and EU regions.

Component

Cloud, Native or On-Premise

SSO Connect

On-premise and Cloud Versions Available

Active Directory Bridge

On-premise

Encrypted Backend API

Cloud

Web Vault

Cloud with optional local offline storage

Desktop App

Native install with offline storage and cloud sync

Mobile App

Native install with offline storage and cloud sync

Developer SDK

Native install with cloud sync

Browser Extensions

Cloud