Elevate your Enpass Business experience with the power of Enpass HUB
Monitor for insecure passwords, streamline secure vault sharing, and recover forgotten passwords for employees – all made easy with the innovative Enpass Hub.
Frequently Asked Questions
Enpass Hub is a supplementary server, hosted and maintained by the organizations that are using Microsoft 365 with Enpass Business to store vaults. It offers enhanced features including Security Audit Dashboard, Access Recovery, and Seamless Vault Sharing for Enpass users. Enpass Hub ensures complete privacy as no data from Enpass Hub is ever transmitted to Enpass servers.
Enpass Hub securely stores your data within your infrastructure. The data resides on your own servers or cloud infrastructure, ensuring that you have complete control and ownership over your sensitive information.
Yes, Enpass Hub is designed to be self-hosted, providing you full control over your password management infrastructure. You can deploy Enpass Hub on your own servers or cloud infrastructure. To set up Enpass Hub, you need a server infrastructure that supports the required software dependencies. Please refer to the Enpass Hub documentation for detailed system requirements.
Enpass Hub securely stores encrypted vault keys for recovery and sharing of vaults, as well as metadata including the name, location, and password health statistics of the vaults. For more detailed information about the security practices and measures implemented by Enpass Hub, please refer to our Enpass Hub Security Whitepaper.
No, personal vaults in Enpass Hub are not connected to Enpass or Enpass Hub servers. As a result, none of the data stored in personal vaults is sent or accessible within Enpass Hub. Therefore, personal vaults are not included in the audit dashboard or subject to any auditing within Enpass Hub. The data within personal vaults remains solely within the user’s control and is not transmitted to Enpass Hub.
No, Enpass Hub does not store the actual contents of shared vaults. It only stores the vault key, which is encrypted with the user’s public key and necessary for accessing the vault. The shared vault itself is stored on your Business Cloud, such as OneDrive or SharePoint, ensuring that your sensitive data remains securely stored within your own infrastructure.
Enpass Hub ensures the protection of your organization’s data through robust security measures. Utilizing industry-standard encryption protocols and asymmetric cryptography, Enpass Hub securely stores your data within your infrastructure. For more information on the security practices implemented by Enpass Hub, please refer to our Enpass Hub Security Whitepaper.
Yes, Enpass Hub undergoes regular security audits conducted by third-party experts to ensure adherence to industry-standard security practices. An audit report is available here, providing transparency and assurance regarding the security measures implemented in Enpass Hub.