For companies that have hardware and the know-how to take their employees online, there’s just one major concern. Access.
‘Secure access’ truly means that employee credentials, even if exposed, cannot be used to enter the system under suspicious circumstances. MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication) works silently in the background every time anyone accesses any part of the system. See something even vaguely suspicious? MFA will shut the log-in or access attempt down and alert your support system.
When it comes to MFA, Silverfort are pioneers. They offer our customers secure remote authentication and access to any resource, including systems that couldn’t be protected until recently, like IT infrastructure, legacy and homegrown apps, file shares and more. In this downloadable webinar, the Silverfort team explain the seamless way in which their secure remote access systems can extend across multiple operations and platforms – protecting the workforce in no time and in ways that never used to be possible.
When we think of AI, we often think of Siri, smart speakers, and ‘iRobot’ (don’t lie). But AI has an incredible breadth of uses, especially in cybersecurity. What makes it so effective in MFA is that it learns our individual, cyberscopic behaviours. Remote working, accessing servers and working with shared files from home will become more commonplace, and so Silverfort’s Remote Access MFA protection will learn new patterns – still being aware of anything that sticks out.
Many companies are concerned that a one-size-fits-all solution might not work when it’s implementation (or attempted implementation) is tested externally and on multiple devices. The answer to this is an MFA solution that learns and adapts.
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