Full Site Protection
User Access Security Broker from Secfense not only secures the login
process but it can also protect the entire application. By default,
Secfense UASB stands before the application and secures the login
process. With Full Site Protection, the security admin can require
users to activate their second factor within the trusted network
first, to be able to even display the website.
The Secfense User Access Security always stands between the user and
the application. The difference is that when the broker is set up in
the Standard Mode, everyone can access the website while in the Full
Site Protection Mode that is not possible.
In the Standard Mode regardless if it’s the random
visitor, a hacker, a robot or a company employee and regardless if
that person connects from home, coffee place or a mobile phone. That
person can freely access the website but is asked to verify the
identity with Secfense broker right after the normal login attempt.
When Secfense broker is in the
Full Site Protection Mode, the website can only be displayed and accessed by people who have
already registered the second factor before from within the trusted
network inside the organization. This means that authorized people
(company employees) have to first physically go to the company's
headquarters and there, within the trusted network, activate their
second factor of authentication. If they don't, they will be treated
as unauthorized users and won't even be able to view the website.
This is especially important in case of corporate applications that
are only visible from within the trusted network. Until now, the
user could only use them from a secured network (i.e. while
physically staying in the office or while connecting via VPN).
Secfense User Access Security Broker is a much safer alternative to
a VPN that allows all corporate applications to be available from
outside of the trusted network while maintaining a high level of