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Kanguru Remote Management Console (KRMC)™ Enterprise Edition 8 is a robust self-contained virtual appliance management system for administrators of Enterprise organisations, providing the ability to manage and monitor the use of the company's secure, hardware encrypted Defender USB drives and meet high security standards and compliance.
When a supported Kanguru Defender® Encrypted USB device is connected to a computer with a network or internet connection, an administrator will be able to view detailed information and activity reports about the device. KRMC allows the administrator to monitor where the device is connected and the hostname of the computer. If the administrator has chosen to delete a device's data, the audit function will verify when the remote deletion occurs. An administrator can export audit logs, allowing compatibility with applications such as Excel and databases. User and administrator activities can be logged for various regulatory compliance.
KRMC Enterprise is Kanguru's fully-integrated software / hardware remote management system for managing and monitoring Kanguru Defender secure USB drives. KRMC Enterprise makes it easier than ever for Administrators to manage the data assets and enforce the security policies of the organisation.
• Defender 3000™
• Defender Elite300™
• Defender Elite30™
• Defender Bio-Elite30™
• Defender HDD300™
• Defender SSD300™
• Defender SSD™
• Defender HDD™
As well as Kanguru legacy USB drives:
• Defender 2000
• Defender Elite200
• Defender Elite
• Defender Basic+
IT Administrators have their hands full already with the regular duties of IT management. The last thing they need is to be regularly interrupted by staff members who can't remember their password to their secure USB devices. Self-Service Password Management (SSPM) provides a secure means for staff to reset their own password through a secure service of KRMC Enterprise, letting administrators concentrate on the things they do best. Self-Service Password Management comes standard with the new KRMC Enterprise 8.
Learn more about Kanguru's Self-Service Password Management
It's now easier than ever for IT Administrators to create a global, consistent policy for provisioning secure USB drives. With Global Provisioning, administrators can:
• Define Security Password Policies and Parameters Up Front
• Ensure Consistent Deployment of Drives Company-Wide
• Ensure All New Drives Provision Automatically with the Parameters Set by the Administrator
With new, enhanced license management features, KRMC Enterprise is making the Admins life easier than ever, with the ability to:
• Automatic License Assignment from license pool so your managed drives always stay protected
• Parking Token options for maintaining unused devices
• New License Calculator to stay on top of license renewals well ahead of time, ensuring that your account
always has sufficient licenses and your drives never lose management capabilities
Remote Disable/Delete – KRMC allows administrators to remotely disable or delete lost, stolen or compromised devices to protect sensitive information and prevent data breaches.
Password Management – KRMC allows administrators to manage a variety of password functions including: password length, strength, expiration, invalid login attempts, and master password. Passwords can also be changed or updated remotely to help users recover forgotten passwords and also meet new security policies.
Offline Restrictions – Control whether devices can be used offline. Prevent unauthorised use in external networks.
Auditing and Reporting – KRMC enforces a full audit trail with detailed graphical reporting and the ability to export both customisable audit logs and graphs for external analysis to ensure proper compliance.
Administration – Granular level access to actions for individual administrators.
Messaging – Remotely send messages to end user devices in the field with informative messages or announcements. Receive information for when Kanguru devices are connected.
Remote Enable – Gives security officers the ability to remotely enable a disabled device.
Remote Provisioning – Remotely manage security policy changes from a single location. Control password complexity, password expiration, online and offline access, and more.
IP and Domain Control – Manage which IP and/or domains are allowable for devices to access via whitelist and blacklist methodology.
Groups – Manage and control groups of devices.
App Launcher – Auto-launch applications on Defender devices upon successful login.
E-mail Alerts – Administrators can setup e-mail alerts to notify themselves when certain events take place. (i.e.- device deleted, password changed, etc.)
Secure Tunnel - All communication occurs over secure SSL or TLS channel.