Identity 
Zero Trust

Implement zero trust security in the identity control plane with adaptive least-privilege access policies across every on-prem and cloud resource – all without making any changes to your applications or infrastructure.

Real-Time
Enforcement

Apply secure access controls across all users and resources. Silverfort’s agentless and proxyless architecture seamlessly integrates with every on-prem and cloud IdP in your environment.

Granular
Protection

Gain full visibility of all authentication and access attempts to better analyse user-resource interactions and enable adaptive access policies.

Rapid Time
to Value

Achieve zero trust protection across your entire environment within hours of initial deployment. Avoid integrations with specific systems and modifications to network architecture with Silverfort’s non-intrusive zero trust security model.

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Analyze the full context of every user access attempt

Holistic monitoring of all user and machine access to any resource in any environment with real-time risk analysis that leverages the complete context, based on Gartner’s CARTA framework.

Never trust,
always verify

Silverfort verifies user identities across all environments with adaptive and continuous authentication policies, using either Silverfort or any third-party MFA. By continually identifying the network’s critical assets, users, services, and data, you can prioritize and create security policies.

Conditional access with a ‘least privilege’ approach

Silverfort’s zero trust security model ensures users and machines can only access the resources they need to access, and only after they are verified based on their risk level. Malicious access is automatically detected and blocked to prevent lateral movement, insider threats and any unauthorized access.

Fortune 100 Company
Case Study

Silverfort enables us to simplify our identity zero trust strategy with its integration with our entire IAM infrastructure and enforcement of granular access policies across all our users and resources.

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  • Customer Challenge

    The organization needed to increase its protection against identity-based attacks that use compromised credentials to access resources. This protection should have applied to all assets in their hybrid environment, from legacy on-prem applications to cloud workloads and SaaS.

  • Silverfort Solution

    With Silverfort, the organization unified all its users and resources under a single zero trust access policy engine. Silverfort’s visibility into all authentications and access attempts on-prem and in the cloud gave them the full context and risk of each authentication, allowing them to enforce least-privilege access policies across all environments.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a zero trust security model?

    With a zero trust security model, all users, devices, and other components in a network are treated as untrusted until they prove otherwise. The core principle behind this kind of model is ‘never trust, always verify’.

  • Why should I implement zero trust security?

    Zero trust is the most efficient protection against attackers who are already in the network, impersonating legitimate users to access targeted resources.

  • How do you implement zero trust security?

    The best way to implement zero trust security is to apply risk-based access policies that can enforce security controls such as MFA or block access if a risk is detected. These policies should extend to all users, access interfaces, and resources.

  • What is the difference between identity zero trust and zero trust network access (ZTNA)?

    Identity zero trust implements the principles of ‘assume breach’, ‘least privilege access’, and ‘never trust, always verify’ to every resource access. ZTNA does the same for every access to a specific network segment.

  • Is identity zero trust an alternative to zero trust network access (ZTNA)?

    Both implementations complement one another and are a key part of any zero trust architecture. However, identity zero trust is faster and easier to implement since it doesn’t involve any changes to the existing infrastructure.

  • I would like to apply zero trust segmentation. How can Silverfort help me with that?

    Silverfort creates zero trust policies defined by access allowed by the user. We then authenticate each access request and either allow, deny, or trigger an MFA request to the users.

  • How does Silverfort enforce zero trust principles?

    Silverfort can enable a ‘least privilege’ approach to user access for any on-prem and cloud resource by performing a granular risk analysis of each authentication and enforcing adaptive access policies.

  • How can Silverfort protect my organization if we have directory services on-prem and in the cloud?  

    Silverfort integrates with on-prem and cloud directory services to gain unified identity threat detection, visibility, and auditing across all IAM platforms.