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Naverisk Powers up Security and Authentication

Naverisk, the market leading unified RMM and Service Desk platform for MSP’s and IT service providers, Powers up Security and Authentication with Scorpion Software’s AuthAnvil Two Factor Auth and Single Sign On.

Auckland, New Zealand – 16th April, 2014.

Naverisk the market leading provider of unified RMM and Service Desk software for IT service providers and MSP’s and Scorpion Software, the makers of AuthAnvil and one of the most trusted names in authentication for IT Services Management, have entered into a partnership to deliver enhanced security and authentication capability’s to the global Naverisk MSP community.

"Naverisk was been built with security in mind, but ultimately IT systems are only as secure as their passwords. By integrating AuthAnvil with Naverisk we are delivering the tools our partners need to ensure the ongoing security of their and their clients IT systems”, says Jon Kalaugher, Naverisk Founder and CEO.

“By partnering with Naverisk we are continuing to focus on being the preferred authentication solution for IT Services Management. Adding Naverisk to our portfolio of RMM integration partners ensures that MSP’s using Naverisk can enforce strong credential management internally, and provide AuthAnvil to their customers as part of an Authentication-as-a-Service offering,” says Julian Scott, VP Sales & Marketing at Scorpion Software.

The integration offers the following benefits:

• 2FA - Two Factor Authentication. AuthAnvil delivers one time passwords, generated via a soft token application, to deliver best in class security to access to the Naverisk console.

• SSO - Single Sign On. Naverisk users can login once to Naverisk and then seamlessly access an array of third party Cloud Services consoles.

• Centralized password management. The AuthAnvil Password Server provides a platform storing, automating and auditing all your passwords in one central locations.

“By integrating AuthAnvil's world class authentication and security services we have again demonstrated our commitment to delivering on the business needs of our partners. We answer to our partners, no one else. When our partners speak we listen and take action.” says Jon Kalaugher.

The integration of these two market leading IT management solutions has begun and will be available in the Naverisk 2014 R1 release, due May 2014.

About Scorpion Software

Scorpion Software creates AuthAnvil, the leading authentication suite for IT Service Management. AuthAnvil delivers single sign-on, password management and multi-factor authentication to help eliminate the password problem and make it easier for end-users to securely log into corporate resources, applications and websites both on-premise and in the Cloud.

About Naverisk

Naverisk is a market leading unified Remote Monitoring, Management and Service Desk platform allowing SMB focused IT companies to automate IT service delivery and streamline back office processes. With offices in New Zealand, The United Kingdom and the USA, Naverisk offers a truly localized partnership experience and is available as a Cloud service or as an Onsite installation. To learn more about Naverisk visit www.naverisk.com

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