Silverfort is the provider of the first Unified Identity Protection Platform that consolidates security controls across corporate networks and cloud environments to block identity-based attacks.
Silverfort delivers secure authentication and Zero Trust policies across corporate networks and cloud environments, without deploying any software agents or inline proxies.
Silverfort was founded in Israel in 2016 by Hed Kovetz, Yaron Kassner and Matan Fattal. The company is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel, with offices in Singapore; Antwerp, Belgium; Boston, Massachusetts and Plano, Texas.
Silverfort delivers Identity Threat Detection and Response (ITDR) and Identity Threat Prevention (ITP) capabilities as a unified layer on top of a customer’s existing Identity and Access Management (IAM) infrastructure, including both modern and legacy solutions, to stop identity-based attacks across the enterprise.
Silverfort uses its patent-pending technology to enable risk-based multi-factor authentication for all sensitive users, devices and resources, including systems that could not be protected until today, such as homegrown applications, IT infrastructure, file systems, machine-to-machine access and more.
Silverfort's also enables customers to extend security controls such as Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) from any vendor to previously unsupported resources and environments, or even consolidate their hybrid IAM stack by ‘bridging’ legacy systems and protocols into modern identity platforms like Azure AD.
Silverfort is backed by Aspect Ventures, Greenfield Partners, TLV Partners, Citi Ventures, GM Ventures, Acrew Capital, Maor Investments, StageOne Ventures, Singtel Innov8, and others. The company raised $65M in Series C round on Apr 12, 2022. This brings Silverfort's total funding to $106.5M to date.