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Protect all your resources and access interfaces

Silverfort provides a comprehensive solution for multi-factor authentication (MFA) for RDP, ensuring secure remote access to critical resources.

Integrating Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) into Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) sessions is essential for enhancing security in remote access environments. RDP, widely utilized for its efficiency in providing remote access, is often a target for cyber attacks.

Implementing Silverfort’s MFA for RDP sessions adds a critical security layer. When a user initiates an RDP session, Silverfort requires them to undergo an additional authentication process, ensuring robust security by verifying the user’s identity beyond just their username and password. This extra step is vital in safeguarding sensitive data and systems accessible via RDP.

With Silverfort’s AI-based platform, organizations can leverage various authentication factors, including adaptive risk-based authentication, without deploying any agents or modifying their infrastructure. This powerful solution enables organizations to maintain compliance with industry regulations while protecting their sensitive information from malicious actors.

With Silverfort, you can easily implement and manage secure remote access to your network, with complete visibility and control over access policies and user behavior.

Replace your Traditional MFA solution

Silverfort’s MFA for RDP allows for seamless deployment without the need for any agents or network changes.

Add MFA Protection

Silverfort’s MFA for RDP improves security by adding an extra layer of authentication, reducing the risk of unauthorized access.

Extend your MFA Solution

Silverfort’s MFA enables secure, agentless MFA for RDP, protecting previously unprotected environments.

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


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.

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