Keeper Security Teams Up with Ingram Micro to Elevate Cybersecurity in Europe

Keeper Security Teams Up with Ingram Micro to Elevate Cybersecurity in Europe

By Stefania Viscusi

Keeper Security, a company best known for its robust zero-trust and zero-knowledge cybersecurity solutions, has announced its recent team-up with technology and supply chain giant Ingram Micro.

The goal? Redefine the security landscape across the United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg.

More specifically, Keeper Security aims to revolutionize how individuals and organizations around the world protect their most sensitive digital assets. From passwords and passkeys to privileged access and tightly guarded secrets, its cybersecurity software takes data protection to a whole new level and offers a true zero-trust and zero-knowledge security model with a unique encryption and data segregation framework.

Ingram Micro, with the ability to reach nearly 90% of the world's population, has an extensive solutions portfolio and a user-friendly digital experience platform, a.k.a. Ingram Micro Xvantage.

Thus, through this partnership, even more organizations and users will have access to high-quality security tools.

The European landscape, like much of the world, is dealing with a surge in cyber threats. Personal and sensitive data is at constant risk. Robust, user-friendly, and comprehensive cybersecurity solutions are in high demand.

“We are truly delighted to work with one of the largest and most capable value-add technology distributors in the world. As we evolve and mature our relationships in the B2B segment, we need to align with like-minded companies who have the experience and market-reach to amplify our efforts,” said John Andrews, VP of Global Channels for Keeper Security. “Ingram Micro is a mainstay and a market leader, pioneering a new vision of technology distribution. Our alliance will help to empower thousands of resellers, large and small, to address the issue of compromised credentials, which research shows are responsible for more than 80% of modern-day breaches.”

Keeper Security has a comprehensive suite of both consumer and business solutions with distinctive features like dark web monitoring, secure file storage, single-sign-on integration, compliance reporting, and detailed event logging. These cater to organizations of all sizes, from small home offices to multinational enterprises and public sector entities.

The company’s latest offering, KeeperPAM,  ensures that lleast ‘Privileged Access’  is in place and implements zero-trust and zero-knowledge security so organizations have complete control, security, visibility, and reporting across users and devices.

“Most breaches occur due to the failure to secure passwords and credentials, so we are happy to be working with Keeper Security, an award-winning vendor in the password management space. Keeper’s solutions are a great fit to our overall cyber security offering, helping our partners deliver an easy-to-manage solution based on a zero-trust methodology to keep their customers’ data safe,” said Robert Stockford, EMEA Director of Cyber Security for Ingram Micro.




Edited by Alex Passett
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