Hexnode, an unified endpoint management solution, has announced a partnership with cyber security software provider Keeper Security, to assist businesses in bolstering their password management approach.

Phishing and socially engineered attacks take root from only one requirement by hackers: credentials. Enterprises deal with applications that demand a unique combination of users and passwords. Remembering them all is out of the question. Keeper Security encrypts private information locally on the device and encourages the storage of passwords, files or any other type of confidential information.

Cyber security features

While Keeper ensures password compliance and facilitates password sharing across teams, it also monitors the dark web for any breaches and promptly alerts the administrators.

With this integration, mass app installation across every corporate device is feasible. Furthermore, app updates, restrictions, and configurations can be pushed in one go. Remote actions could be pushed, and device compliance could be ensured in any device or operating system, a press release said.

“While Keeper Security has been used by corporates for over a decade in ensuring the authenticity of passwords, Hexnode takes the game a level higher. Hexnode offers a wide array of cyber security features ranging from mass deployment to app configuration and restriction”, says Sahad M, Chief Technology Officer at Hexnode.

While Hexnode helps corporates handle their devices, Keeper will act as the first line of defense against identity thefts. Endpoints are gateways into a company’s data, and if not secured with the right measure, they could wreak havoc. Adopting strong user name and password combinations are the best way to ensure that an organization’s assets are not jeopardized. Hexnode’s integration with Keeper Security will assist corporates in guaranteeing security across all aspects of their company infrastructure, whether endpoint, cloud or network.