Protect your privileged accounts from compromise quickly and seamlessly with adaptive access policies that enforce MFA protection on all on-prem and cloud resources.
Prevent attackers from using compromised credentials to access resources by enforcing MFA protection on all privileged accounts, regardless of access method, authentication protocol, or resource type.
Protect your privileged accounts within hours of the initial deployment without the need for custom configurations, password rotations, plugins or vaulting. Just a simple policy configuration and your accounts will be secured.
If you already have a PAM solution in place, place an additional layer of protection over your privileged users by applying MFA verification to every access to the credentials stored in the vault, as well as to the PAM management interface itself.
Get immediate visibility into all your admin accounts for continuous monitoring and risk analysis of their full authentication trail across on-prem and cloud resources.
Achieve end-to-end coverage of your privileged users with risk-based policies for the service accounts that cannot be protected with vaulting and password rotation, providing them the same security level as your human users.
If you already have a PAM solution deployed, add another layer of security with adaptive MFA on all its access interfaces to prevent threat actors from accessing it even when they manage to compromise credentials.
Since replacing my PAM solution with Silverfort, authenticating and securing my privileged users’ access has never been easier. Having a product that provides additional security controls and advanced visibility is absolutely a no-brainer.
Katie McMillan | Lead Information Security Manager
Agilisys realized that the security of their privileged users and sensitive resources was of paramount importance. It was vital for Agilisys to secure all its users and resources with the proper level of multi-factor authentication (MFA) while deploying a scalable solution.
Silverfort enables Agilisys to secure their privilege accounts, Remote Powershell Access, and Active Directory with multi-factor authentication in a matter of weeks, compared to PAM solutions which can often take months or even years to deploy.
Privileged access management (PAM) is the cybersecurity strategy and technology that helps secure, control, manage and monitor privileged access to critical assets and resources.
PAM solutions take the credentials of privileged accounts and put them inside a secure repository to reduce the risk of those credentials being stolen. Users who have privileged access will need to go through the PAM system to access their credentials. At this point, the user is authenticated and their access request is logged.
A PAM system offers an advanced layer of security while providing in-depth analysis of access requests, logging all accesses, and monitoring for any malicious activity.
Definitely. PAM is ideal for local computer accounts, and this is where your vaulting efforts would yield the best results. Silverfort, on the other hand, is best suited for your domain accounts (shared, personal, and service accounts) which are the prime target of lateral movement attacks and ransomware propagation.
No. Silverfort provides additional layers of security by extending MFA to extremely sensitive PAM implementations.