Full Site Protection
User Access Security Broker from Secfense secures the login process and protects the entire application. By
default, Secfense broker precedes the application and secures the login process. With Full Site Protection,
the security administrator can even deny users the ability to see the website unless they have already used
the second factor to authenticate their identity in the trusted network.
The User Access Security Broker from Secfense always stands between the user and the application. The
difference between its Standard Mode and the Full Site Protection Mode is
that the first one allows everyone
to access the website. In contrast, the second one enables access only to a certain group of users.
In the Standard Mode, it does not matter if you are a random visitor, hacker, robot, or
Neither does it matter whether you try to log in from home, from an internet café, or with your phone. You
will still be able to access the website, log in with your credentials, and, soon after that, pass the
Secfense broker authentication.
When Secfense broker works in the Full Site Protection Mode, only people who have already
second factor from within the organization’s trusted network can see and access the website. This means that
the authorized personnel (company employees) have to first go to the office in person and activate their
second factor of authentication there, using the trusted network. Otherwise, they will be treated as
unauthorized users and will not even be able to view the website.
This is especially important when users are trying to access corporate applications that are visible only from
within the trusted network. Before Secfense broker, users had to be physically present in the office or
connected with the trusted network via a VPN in order to do that. Secfense User Access Security Broker is a
much safer alternative to a VPN because it allows using corporate applications from outside of the trusted
network while maintaining a high level of security.