Ransomware Protection

Prevent ransomware attacks and eliminate an attacker’s ability to spread through your network by enforcing MFA protection on PsExec, PowerShell, WMI, and more.

The Power
of MFA

Block ransomware from spreading through your network using compromised credentials by placing MFA policies on PsExec, PowerShell, WMI and more.

Attack Surface

Isolate and remediate compromised machines to prevent a ransomware attack from propagating through your network.

Last Line of

Layer up your security so you can contain the attack and materially limit the scope of an attack, even if the measures you already have in place to prevent ransomware delivery and execution are bypassed.

Watch demo video

Protect against remote delivery of ransomware

Multitude of ransomware attacks are launched via RDP and 82% of them are enabled by compromised credentials. Silverfort’s access policies eliminate attackers’ ability to use these vectors for ransomware delivery.

Detect any attempt to automatically propagate ransomwares

Silverfort’s risk engine immediately detects any anomalous authentication traffic that indicates attempted propagation via tools like CMD, PowerShell and more.

Prevent the spread of ransomware with adaptive policies

Leverage risk-based policies to trigger MFA upon access of machines or users at high risk, ensuring ransomware attacks are contained in the initially infected machine (‘patient zero’) with no further impact.

ZOL Hospital
Case Study

Since deploying Silverfort, we have applied security controls and MFA protection to legacy applications, a vital step in improving our environments against ransomware threats.

Kurt Gielen | IT Manager

  • Customer Challenge

    The rise of ransomware attacks on healthcare providers made ZOL Hospital’s security team realize they had to enhance its ransomware protection. ZOL searched for a solution that could go beyond preventing execution: they needed a solution that halted the spread of ransomware through their environments.

  • Silverfort Solution

    Since deploying Silverfort, ZOL Hospital has proactively blocked all incoming malicious authentications, lateral movement attempts, and ransomware attacks. Any threat actor’s attempt to login to resources on ZOL’s environment with compromised credentials is thwarted by Silverfort’s policies, which either trigger MFA or block access altogether.

How they rate us:

rating-star rating-star rating-star rating-star rating-star

4.8 – 11 Reviews

Stop Identity Threats Now