Keeper Security, the leading provider of zero-trust and zero-knowledge cybersecurity software covering password management, dark web monitoring, digital file storage and messaging, announces a new partnership with SHI International, one of the world’s largest IT solutions providers. The partnership will integrate Keeper’s Enterprise Password Manager (EPM) into SHI Complete, a comprehensive managed service that empowers small-and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to accelerate their IT transformation journey.
The cybersecurity components of SHI Complete incorporate endpoint, cloud, network and identity management protection into a single managed service overseen by a strong governance plan. SHI’s comprehensive new offering makes the latest technologies and skills readily available to SMB business and IT leaders without having to invest in a large in-house IT staff or take their eye off business growth.
The integration of Keeper EPM into SHI Complete will enable customers to monitor and control password use across the entire organization, both remote and on-prem, while developing and maintaining security best-practice policies such as multi-factor authentication (MFA), role-based access control (RBAC) and least-privilege access.
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“The costs of remediating a data breach or ransomware attack are staggering, enough to put many SMBs out of business, and the overwhelming majority of these attacks involve stolen or compromised passwords,” said Mark Cravotta, Chief Revenue Officer at Keeper Security. “Keeper is excited to partner with SHI and enable SMBs to proactively protect themselves from password-related cyberattacks.”
“SHI is constantly evaluating new technology partners and solutions who can help us deliver efficient and secure managed services to our customers,” said Cory Peters, Vice President of Cloud and Managed Services at SHI. “Keeper Security helps ensure that customers leveraging SHI Complete will continue their IT transformation in a secure and efficiently managed environment.”
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