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Silverfort puts Zero Trust security within reach for any organization by enforcing protection at the identity level rather that rebuilding the network infrastructure. Silverfort delivers granular protection of identity and access across all users, devices and resources, both on-prem and in the cloud. It continuously assesses the risk of each entity and resource to dynamically control and verify each access attempt. Silverfort’s agentless and proxyless technology provides broader coverage at lower efforts compared to any standard network or web-based Zero Trust solution.
Continuously monitor every resource access – applications, servers, endpoints, infrastructure and more. Enforce a Zero Trust policy based on real-time risk analysis of every access attempt with a Least Privilege approach, never assuming that the user is trusted until verified.
Achieve Zero Trust protection across your entire environment within hours from initial deployment, and avoid integrations with specific systems or modifications to network architecture, thanks to Silverfort’s non-intrusive Zero Trust security model.
Innovative, agentless architecture that seamlessly integrates with all IAM in the environment, ensuring that 100% of access requests are monitored and protected for an end-to-end Zero Trust implementation.
Holistic monitoring of all user and machine access to any resource in any environment – not only at the perimeter – with real-time risk analysis that leverages the complete zero-trust context, based on Gartner’s CARTA framework.
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.
Silverfort’s zero trust security model ensures that users and machines can only access resources that 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.
Treating all users, devices and other components in a network as untrusted until they prove otherwise.
Zero Trust is the most efficient protection against attackers who are already in the network and impersonate legitimate users to access targeted resources.
The best way is to apply risk-based access policies on all users, access interfaces and resources that can enforce security controls such as MFA or Block Access if a risk is detected.
Identity Zero Trust implements the principles of ‘assume breach’, ‘least privilege access’ and never trust always verify’ for each resource access while ZTNA does the same for each access to a network segment.
Both implementations complement one another and are a key part in 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.