MFA for
Outlook

Protect all your resources and access interfaces

Silverfort is the perfect solution for businesses or organizations that use Outlook and need a reliable multi-factor authentication system. With Silverfort, you can secure your emails and data against cyber attacks by implementing a powerful MFA system that is designed to give you the utmost level of protection. Our solution is easy to install and use, and it works seamlessly with Outlook, ensuring that you can continue to work without disruption while keeping your sensitive information safe. With Silverfort, you can guarantee the highest level of security for your business or organization and protect yourself against the latest cyber threats.

Replace your Traditional MFA solution

Silverfort’s MFA for Outlook is a passwordless solution that eliminates the need for user passwords.

Add MFA Protection

Enhanced security for Outlook accounts with Silverfort’s MFA solution, reducing the risk of unauthorized access.

Extend your MFA Solution

Silverfort’s MFA solution offers an agentless and secure way to protect previously vulnerable environments and secure MFA for Outlook.

Silverfort allows Huntsville Hospital to enforce MFA on our privileged access accounts and has enabled us to secure our service accounts within our active directory environment.

Rick Corn
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Anyone who’s serious about cybersecurity has to have MFA on any critical operation these days or they’re really not protecting themselves in the way they should.

Tom Parker
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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.

Billy Chen
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Silverfort protects our user accounts with MFA, it protects our service accounts, our on-prem apps, our Active Directory and also our custom apps.

Jim Nonn
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Identity-based attacks are really important to us. Silverfort’s end-to-end risk-based authentication enables us to respond efficiently and in a timely manner.

Rusdi Rachim
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Identity is now the #1 attack surface

24B

compromised credentials are offered for sale in the dark web

97%

of enterprises rely onrnlegacy or hybrid IAM infrastructure

82%

of data breaches and ransomware attacks involve compromised credentials

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