Creating easily implemented MFA policies for all your privileged accounts is the only way to ensure they are not compromised. With no need for customizations or network segmentation dependencies, you can be up and running within minutes.

Download this brief to learn:

  • Why a PAM vault is no longer sufficient for privileged account protection
  • How to easily apply MFA to privileged accounts
  • How Silverfort complements your existing PAM solution

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IndoSat explains how Silverfort addresses their concerns about identity-based attacks by providing continuous visibility and real-time risk analysis across all their network resources, includes those previously thought unprotectable.



Adaptive Risk-Based Authentication

In this testimonial from Egan, they discuss how Silverfort enabled them to extend their coverage to assets that could not be protected until today, such as homegrown/legacy applications, IT infrastructure, file systems, command-line tools, machine-to-machine access and more. Silverfort continuously monitors all access of users and service accounts across both cloud and on-premise environments, analyzes risk in real time using an AI-based engine, and enforces adaptive authentication and access policies. Silverfort allows organizations to prevent data breaches, achieve compliance, reduce costs and simplify cloud migration.

End to End MFA and Service Account Protection


More and more organizations acknowledge the implementation of Zero Trust in the identity control plane as the best protection against compromised credentials attacks on on-prem and cloud resources. However, the way to achieve true identity-based Zero Trust is not always clear.

Join Abbas Kudrati, APAC Chief Cybersecurity Advisor of Microsoft, and Hed Kovetz, Co-Founder and CEO of Silverfort, as they discuss:

  • How Identity-Centric Zero Trust transforms and elevates organizations’ security posture
  • The difference between Identity vs Network-centric Zero Trust models
  • The typical challenges organizations face in their Zero Trust journey
  • How to resolve legacy authentication protocol and legacy application authentication challenges in your Zero Trust journey
  • Real-life examples of attacks prevented by having Identity-Centric Zero Trust in place

Everyone knows the value of cyber insurance but keeping up with cyber insurance requirements can be tricky. As ransomware attacks increase worldwide, complying with the checklist of resources requiring MFA coverage grows more challenging.

We’re here to help you make sense of what you’ll need.

This eBook explains:

  • What types of MFA are required for cyber liability insurance
  • How to evaluate cyber insurance solutions
  • How to comply with MFA insurance requirements with minimal disruption to your network

The Silverfort MFA solution represents a fundamentally different approach to identity protection, providing MFA coverage to all enterprise resources – including those previously considered unprotectable – without agents or proxies.

This white paper will demonstrate how you can:

  • Extend MFA protection to ALL enterprise resources – without blind spots!
  • Address a wide array of MFA use cases
  • Integrate with all on-prem and cloud directories by means of a single solution

The Monetary Authority of Singapore has revised its risk management guidelines to reduce the risk of identity-based attacks. Financial institutions will need to comply, and compliance is not a trivial matter.
Silverfort is uniquely positioned to help institutions comply with the Identity Protection aspects of the new MAS guidelines.

This white paper explains how you can:

  • Extend MFA to resources that could never before have been protected – without agents or proxies
  • Provide real-time risk scoring for all authentications and access attempts
  • Enforce both rule-based and adaptive risk-based access policies to ensure that accounts aren’t compromised


Insurance companies are now requiring their customers to deploy MFA across all key resources in order to decrease their exposure to ransomware attacks. However, many organizations find these requirements extremely challenging to implement.

Hugh Christiansen, Enterprise Solutions Architect at High Touch Technologies, explains how Silverfort enabled his organization to get over this new hurdle and renew their cyber insurance policy.

Watch this webinar to learn:

  • Why were the new MFA requirements challenging to solve?
  • What made Silverfort the best fit for cyber insurance compliance?
  • How did High Touch Technologies conduct the evaluation and deployment process of Silverfort MFA?


MFA protection is ultimately only as strong as its weakest link. Without an MFA deployment that covers all organizational resources, these weak links will persist, potentially exposing your organization to risk.

Download this eBook to learn:

  • What are the security gaps in traditional MFA solutions?
  • How can you assess your existing MFA protection to better understand your risk exposure?
  • How can you gain end-to-end MFA coverage for all your cloud and on-prem resources?

 This eBook will explain:

  • Why propagation is the most critical stage in a ransomware attack
  • What makes this propagation a blind spot for today’s security products
  • How Silverfort’s Unified Identity Protection platform proactively prevents ransomware propagation
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