How Enpass keeps business data in compliance?

Typically, a vendor-hosted password manager forces you to keep your data on the vendor’s cloud. Your company’s data policy and compliance may prohibit you from storing passwords or any sensitive files outside your organization’s trusted boundaries, and that reduces your options to a self-hosted solution.  

If, like many businesses you don’t want a self-hosted solution due to the overheads associated with constant server monitoring, maintenance and patching, then Enpass is the right solution for you! 

Keep data within your trusted boundary

Enpass gives you freedom to keep your passwords and other sensitive data inside your infrastructure without even requiring you to run a server on your premises.

Enpass achieves this by separating the task into three components:

Enpass Application – The Enpass client is installed locally on user devices and contains all the business logic. All the operations – data entry, password generation, autofill, sync, etc., happen locally on the devices. If your organization is using data storage, just connect the Enpass application to the storage backend and all your data will be kept there.

Storage Backend – The Enpass application can seamlessly connect with your existing cloud storage services like Microsoft 365 OneDrive and SharePoint or local WebDAV. This way, all your sensitive data is stored on your existing storage backend and Enpass will transparently follow the existing file sharing and permission paradigms of the underlying storage system.

Enpass Admin Console – The Enpass Admin Console is used for providing auxiliary services like user management, provisioning, enforcing policies and billing. The console is hosted on Enpass servers but doesn’t store any passwords or sensitive data saved by users in their Enpass application.

If you’re looking for a business password manager but want to keep data within your control without maintaining your own server, Enpass is made for you.