Silverfort prevents the automated propagation of ransomware attacks in your environment by enforcing adaptive MFA and prevention policies on all the authentication protocols these attacks utilize to spread across the network. This protection includes all access interfaces from RDP to CMD and Powershell that could never have been protected in that manner before. Applying MFA on access to machines and file shares ensures that the ransomware will never be able to complete the authentication to any other machine. In this manner, the attack’s impact is limited to the initially infected endpoint, preventing the critical damage caused by an enterprise-wide lockout.
Utilize Silverfort’s extended MFA capabilities to prevent ransomware from spreading to any additional machines beyond the single machine that was initially infected.
Secure mission critical data in shared folders and drives with tailored policies to protect the specific authentication protocols that are used to access network shares.
Ensure that your environment is resilient to ransomware attacks even if your security measures against ransomware delivery and execution are bypassed.
20% of ransomware attacks are launched via RDP and 21% are enabled by compromised credentials. Silverfort’s access policies eliminate attackers’ ability to utilize these vectors for ransomware delivery.
Silverfort’s risk engine immediately detects any anomalous authentication traffic that indicates attempted propagation via tools like CMD, PowerShell and more.
Leverage risk-based policies to trigger MFA upon access of machines or users at high risk, ensuring that ransomware attacks are contained in the initially infected machine (‘patient zero’) with no further impact.