Silverfort is the ultimate solution for MFA for Linux environments. Our innovative platform provides strong authentication and risk-based adaptive policies to secure access to all your Linux servers and applications, including SSH, sudo, and PAM. Unlike traditional MFA solutions, Silverfort requires no agents or modifications to your servers, keeping your environment secure and compliant. With Silverfort, you can easily enforce MFA without any user friction and protect your Linux infrastructure from even the most advanced attacks. Get started today with Silverfort and secure your Linux environment like never before.
Replace your Traditional MFA solution
Silverfort’s MFA simplifies the authentication process and supports a wide range of authentication factors for Linux.
Add MFA Protection
Enhanced security and risk reduction due to adaptive risk-based multi-factor authentication.
Extend your MFA Solution
Silverfort’s MFA solution enables secure, agentless MFA for Linux, offering protection to previously vulnerable environments.
Silverfort is the only solution that can prevent ransomware attacks by enforcing MFA on the command-line access tools these attacks use to propagate in the network.
compromised credentials are offered for sale in the dark web
of enterprises rely onrnlegacy or hybrid IAM infrastructure
of data breaches and ransomware attacks involve compromised credentials
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Frequently Asked Questions
How does Silverfort works?
Silverfort integrates with all the identity providers in your environment to deliver secure authentication across every resource on-prem and in the cloud. Silverfort is the only solution that can prevent ransomware attacks by enforcing MFA on the command-line access tools these attacks use to propagate in the network. Silverfort enables MFA protection for user accounts, service accounts, on-prem apps, Active Directory and custom apps.
How does Silverfort’s MFA solution ensure cyber insurance compliance?
Silverfort uses agentless and proxyless technology to extend MFA to all users and resources included in the new cyber insurance checklist: Email, Remote network access, Internal and external admin access, Networking infrastructure, Directories, IT & Security Management, Servers & Workstations.