Leverage NinjaRMM’s built-in tools to improve endpoint security
Ninja gives you complete control over end-user devices, enabling you to set the foundation for endpoint security. Manage applications, remotely edit registries, deploy scripts, and mass configure devices to promote endpoint security. Easily install Ninja and prevent end-users from uninstalling the agent (maliciously or out of ignorance) so you always retain visibility and control.
Automatically install and manage endpoint protection by configuring when and how your antivirus runs or run ad-hoc scans on individual devices. You have granular control over scan options, schedules, and exclusions. The full power of your antivirus is within your control.
Ensure the data users keep on their devices stays secure with drive encryption. Monitor Bitlocker and FileVault drive encryption status, encrypt unencrypted drives, and collect Bitlocker encryption keys automatically with our built-in drive encryption management tools.
“Ninja helps us be able to update the software that needs admin privileges without having to remote into each machine and input an admin password. This has been a great benefit with everyone working from home, not everyone is an admin on their machine.”
Braden Vawdrey, System Administrator, Jane
“NinjaRMM [monitors] our computers health, keeps our tech inventory up to date, gathers information needed for major network changes, and boosts the security of our entire system.”
Brandon Feole, IT, Gaishin Manufacturing
Keep credentials secure while enabling your entire team to use them with the NinjaRMM credential exchange. Store administrative credentials at the device or organization level and automatically inject them seamlessly when deploying patches, running scripts, or connecting to a device via RDP.
NinjaRMM’s node approval feature improves your onboarding workflow with automatic device approval. Post-onboarding new device approval can be set to manual to eliminate unauthorized machines and their operators from leveraging NinjaRMM’s internal key and credential exchange for a remote attack.