Silverfort and Microsoft’s strategic product integrations help organizations to consolidate their IAM across hybrid environments, extend identity protection to any asset, and simplify cloud migration.

“The integration with Silverfort allows customers to extend the power and flexibility of Azure AD to many additional resources and applications across hybrid and multi-cloud environments, and unify their identity management and protection on Azure AD.”

Sue Bohn, Partner Director, Microsoft Identity Division at Microsoft Corp

Microsoft customers can configure secure hybrid access

with Azure Active Directory and Silverfort


Silverfort and Microsoft Integration Key Use Cases

Consolidate your identity protection to Azure AD

  • Use Silverfort to automatically discover and easily migrate applications to Azure AD.
  • Seamlessly connect any assets that couldn’t be migrated before into Azure AD including homegrown and legacy applications, IT infrastructure, command-line tools, and more.
  • Manage identity protection on all your on-prem and multi-cloud environments within Azure AD.
  • Gain operational efficiency and protection by applying Azure AD security controls to all resources in your hybrid network.

Extend Azure MFA to any resource

  • Standardize on Microsoft Authenticator as the single MFA solution across your organization.
  • Use Silverfort to extend Azure MFA to all resources that don’t natively support, including homegrown and legacy apps, IT infrastructure, file shares and databased, command-line tools, industrial systems, and more.
  • Eliminate the operational complexities entailed in managing several MFA solutions in parallel.

Lateral movement prevention with M365 Defender Suite

  • Enrich Silverfort’s risk engine with real-time signals from M365 Defender
  • Trigger MFA active response per M365 Defender’s detections of identity threats, to gain real time protection.
  • Gain the ability to automate prevention lateral movement without burdening your security teams with additional alerts

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