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Safe-T Group Launches “Net Bridge” Social Responsibility Program Providing Free Access to its Technology for Organizations Dedicated to Making Positive Global Impact

The “Net Bridge” Program to Provide Pro-Bono Services Supporting Academic and Nonprofit Research Organizations Involved in, among Other Things, Detection and Prevention of Criminal Activities, Including Violations of Human Rights

HERZLIYA, Israel, Feb. 28, 2022 — Safe-T® Group Ltd. (NASDAQ, TASE: SFET) (“Safe-T” or “the Company”), a global provider of cybersecurity and privacy solutions to consumers and enterprises, today announced the launch of Net Bridge, its latest social responsibility program.

Powered by the Company’s global IP proxy and data collection technologies, the Net Bridge social responsibility program will provide pro-bono services and access to its network in order to support both academic and nonprofit research initiatives that aim to create positive global impacts and change. Safe-T’s advanced technology can be utilized in a wide range of market research activities including the detection and identification of criminal organizations, violations of human rights and human trafficking, as well as health and environmental issues under programs currently run by nonprofit universities and academic institutions as well as law enforcement organizations. The Net Bridge program is directed by Safe-T’s Enterprise Privacy unit through a newly established team of partnerships.

Shachar Daniel, Chief Executive Officer of Safe-T, commented, “Safe-T is proud to launch Net Bridge, our latest social responsibility program in support of organizations including academic and nonprofit research institutions who are dedicated to driving positive change in our world. Through the contribution of our advanced technologies and services, we are doing our part to support the missions of organizations committed to making a real difference in the lives of millions.”

The Net Bridge program is the latest social responsibility program launched by Safe-T Group, building upon previous efforts that include the donation of free remote access services for employees of organizations affected by COVID-19.

About Version 2 Limited
Version 2 Limited is one of the most dynamic IT companies in Asia. The company develops and distributes IT products for Internet and IP-based networks, including communication systems, Internet software, security, network, and media products. Through an extensive network of channels, point of sales, resellers, and partnership companies, Version 2 Limited offers quality products and services which are highly acclaimed in the market. Its customers cover a wide spectrum which include Global 1000 enterprises, regional listed companies, public utilities, Government, a vast number of successful SMEs, and consumers in various Asian cities.

About Safe-T® Group Ltd.
Safe-T Group Ltd. (Nasdaq, TASE: SFET) is a provider of Zero Trust Access solutions which mitigate attacks on enterprises’ business-critical services and sensitive data, while ensuring uninterrupted business continuity. Safe-T’s cloud and on-premises solutions ensure that an organization’s access use cases, whether into the organization or from the organization out to the internet, are secured according to the “validate first, access later” philosophy of Zero Trust. This means that no one is trusted by default from inside or outside the network, and verification is required from everyone trying to gain access to resources on the network or in the cloud.

Safe-T’s wide range of access solutions reduce organizations’ attack surface and improve their ability to defend against modern cyberthreats. As an additional layer of security, our integrated business-grade global proxy solution cloud service enables smooth and efficient traffic flow, interruption-free service, unlimited concurrent connections, instant scaling and simple integration with our services.

With Safe-T’s patented reverse-access technology and proprietary routing technology, organizations of all size and type can secure their data, services and networks against internal and external threats.

Safe-T Group Launches New Malvertising Protection Product for Apple iOS Devices

New Ad Blocker Pro App Adds to Growing Subscriber-based Consumer Product Portfolio
HERZLIYA, Israel, Feb. 16, 2022 — Safe-T® Group Ltd. (NASDAQ, TASE: SFET) (“Safe-T” or “the Company”), a global provider of cybersecurity and privacy solutions to consumers and enterprises, today announced that it is building on the growing success of its consumer subscriber business with the launch of its latest product – Ad Blocker Pro, an anti-Malvertising (malicious advertising) solution.

Malvertising injects malicious or malware-laden advertisements into legitimate online advertising networks and webpages. Safe-T’s newest product, Ad Blocker Pro, bridges the gap between the Company’s consumer privacy and cybersecurity offering by providing two layers of protection – protecting users’ privacy by blocking ads and securing their devices from malvertising. The Ad Blocker Pro app is now available for download from the Apple App Store for iOS devices using the Safari browser.

By combining privacy and cybersecurity features, Ad Blocker Pro blocks the latest threats such as malware, spyware, and phishing from targeting iOS users while browsing. The app blocks all ads, together with their malicious elements, that may be activated when clicking on innocent-looking ads. By not displaying advertisements, the app prevents iOS users from being targeted by these threats. In addition to increasing a user’s privacy, ad blocking can increase browsing speeds and lower data transfer costs.

“We are excited to launch Ad Blocker Pro, our latest consumer product which combines our unique privacy and cybersecurity technologies into a single, easy-to-use solution for iOS users. Since our entry into the consumer market just over six months ago, we have successfully introduced a series of products which have quickly attracted thousands of paying subscribers. Ad Blocker Pro represents the next step in our ongoing commitment to the development of advanced protection and privacy tools designed to address the rapidly evolving threats and malicious attacks now impacting millions of consumers today,” commented Shachar Daniel, Chief Executive Officer of Safe-T Group.

About Version 2 Limited
Version 2 Limited is one of the most dynamic IT companies in Asia. The company develops and distributes IT products for Internet and IP-based networks, including communication systems, Internet software, security, network, and media products. Through an extensive network of channels, point of sales, resellers, and partnership companies, Version 2 Limited offers quality products and services which are highly acclaimed in the market. Its customers cover a wide spectrum which include Global 1000 enterprises, regional listed companies, public utilities, Government, a vast number of successful SMEs, and consumers in various Asian cities.

About Safe-T® Group Ltd.
Safe-T Group Ltd. (Nasdaq, TASE: SFET) is a provider of Zero Trust Access solutions which mitigate attacks on enterprises’ business-critical services and sensitive data, while ensuring uninterrupted business continuity. Safe-T’s cloud and on-premises solutions ensure that an organization’s access use cases, whether into the organization or from the organization out to the internet, are secured according to the “validate first, access later” philosophy of Zero Trust. This means that no one is trusted by default from inside or outside the network, and verification is required from everyone trying to gain access to resources on the network or in the cloud.

Safe-T’s wide range of access solutions reduce organizations’ attack surface and improve their ability to defend against modern cyberthreats. As an additional layer of security, our integrated business-grade global proxy solution cloud service enables smooth and efficient traffic flow, interruption-free service, unlimited concurrent connections, instant scaling and simple integration with our services.

With Safe-T’s patented reverse-access technology and proprietary routing technology, organizations of all size and type can secure their data, services and networks against internal and external threats.

Safe-T’s Newest Consumer Privacy Solution Surpasses 10,000-Subscriber Milestone

Company Sees 50% Increase in Subscription Revenue Quarter-Over-Quarter as Adoption of its Consumer Privacy Product Accelerates
HERZLIYA, Israel, Jan. 10, 2022 — Safe-T® Group Ltd. (NASDAQ, TASE: SFET) (“Safe-T” or “the Company”), a global provider of cybersecurity and privacy solutions to consumers and enterprises, today announced that it has reached a monthly recurring revenue (MRR) milestone for its recently introduced privacy solution for Apple mobile devices via the App Store, which is now serving more than 10,000 subscribers worldwide.

2021 witnessed growing demand from consumers looking for effective solutions to keep their identities private, strengthening their online safety and anonymity. Seeking to provide consumers with an alternative to existing, often slow and unreliable VPN technology, the Company’s new privacy solution was launched in early 2021 through a phased product introduction program. Since its launch, the consumer privacy product has recorded significant subscriber revenue growth, averaging over 50%, quarter-over-quarter. The Company ended 2021 with more than 10,000 paid subscribers, with significant presence in the United States. Recently, the Company has seen strong interest in its solution from users in countries that are invoking more restrictive policies for online activity. To capitalize on the growing interest for enhanced consumer privacy, the Company intends to ramp-up global marketing of the product through the first half of 2022 and launching its availability on Android mobile devices and personal computers.

“It is clear that consumers around the world are increasingly seeking solutions to keep their data and online activities private as the need for privacy is no longer only a priority for large organizations, governments and public institutions. VPN solutions have become a mainstream tool, now helping millions of users around the world protect their privacy, and that adoption is accelerating. That is why Safe-T is committed to advancing its privacy offerings with features and capabilities that we believe will further differentiate us in the market,” said Eitan Bremler, VP of Product strategy at Safe-T.

Shachar Daniel, Chief Executive Officer of Safe-T, added, “Since we acquired our consumer products business this past summer, our team has been successful in introducing a number of exciting new products and capabilities, and we are very pleased with their early performance. The growth in our consumer business is a significant factor behind our expected record 2021 financial performance announced last week, driving our full-year revenue above $10 million, a year-over-year growth of more than 100%. We are confident in the potential of our consumer business and look forward to realizing the untapped value we see as millions of consumers seek new cybersecurity and privacy solutions.”

About Version 2 Limited
Version 2 Limited is one of the most dynamic IT companies in Asia. The company develops and distributes IT products for Internet and IP-based networks, including communication systems, Internet software, security, network, and media products. Through an extensive network of channels, point of sales, resellers, and partnership companies, Version 2 Limited offers quality products and services which are highly acclaimed in the market. Its customers cover a wide spectrum which include Global 1000 enterprises, regional listed companies, public utilities, Government, a vast number of successful SMEs, and consumers in various Asian cities.

About Safe-T® Group Ltd.
Safe-T Group Ltd. (Nasdaq, TASE: SFET) is a provider of Zero Trust Access solutions which mitigate attacks on enterprises’ business-critical services and sensitive data, while ensuring uninterrupted business continuity. Safe-T’s cloud and on-premises solutions ensure that an organization’s access use cases, whether into the organization or from the organization out to the internet, are secured according to the “validate first, access later” philosophy of Zero Trust. This means that no one is trusted by default from inside or outside the network, and verification is required from everyone trying to gain access to resources on the network or in the cloud.

Safe-T’s wide range of access solutions reduce organizations’ attack surface and improve their ability to defend against modern cyberthreats. As an additional layer of security, our integrated business-grade global proxy solution cloud service enables smooth and efficient traffic flow, interruption-free service, unlimited concurrent connections, instant scaling and simple integration with our services.

With Safe-T’s patented reverse-access technology and proprietary routing technology, organizations of all size and type can secure their data, services and networks against internal and external threats.

Safe-T is Listed in Gartner “Market Guide for User Authentication” Report

HERZLIYA, Israel, Dec. 21, 2021 — Safe-T® Group Ltd. (NASDAQ, TASE: SFET), Safe-T® Group Ltd. (NASDAQ, TASE: SFET) (“Safe-T”), a global provider of cybersecurity and privacy solutions to consumers and enterprises, today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Safe-T Data A.R Ltd., has been recognized as a Representative Vendor in Gartner’s December 2021 report titled, “Market Guide for User Authentication”1.

The report finds that “Access management (AM) vendors are the preferred authentication providers in cloud-first organizations. Those AM vendors able to meet legacy needs may displace incumbent authentication-specific vendors, but authentication specialists may succeed where they can provide added value.” In addition, the report highlights that, “user authentication is foundational to other identity and access management (IAM) functions that rely on having confidence in a person’s identity (authorization, audit and identity analytics). It is also a cornerstone of identity-first security and zero-trust initiatives.”

According to Gartner, “There is a small but important role for specialist vendors that can provide organizations that have particularly complex legacy application infrastructures with a cohesive user authentication framework. These vendors might have their own user authentication capability or integrate with AM or third-party user authentication tools.”

Safe-T ZoneZero® is the first Identity-Based Zero Trust Orchestration solution, it provides centralized Identity-based Zero Trust Security and Multi-Factor Authentication, for all users.

“We are proud to be recognized by Gartner for our ability to provide a cohesive user authentication framework for complex application infrastructures. We believe this latest recognition reflects our continuous efforts to provide the best identity-based zero-trust solution to the market,” said Eitan Bremler, VP of Product strategy at Safe-T.

Safe-T’s ZoneZero® enables organizations to implement identity-based security and add per-application secondary multi-factor authentication (MFA) for all types of users – network users, VPN users, remote access (ZTNA, SDP, PAM) users, etc. MFA can be added to any type of application (legacy applications, proprietary services, RDP, file shares, SSH, SFTP, web applications, databases, etc.) without the need to redesign the network, applications, or remote access solutions.

About Version 2 Limited
Version 2 Limited is one of the most dynamic IT companies in Asia. The company develops and distributes IT products for Internet and IP-based networks, including communication systems, Internet software, security, network, and media products. Through an extensive network of channels, point of sales, resellers, and partnership companies, Version 2 Limited offers quality products and services which are highly acclaimed in the market. Its customers cover a wide spectrum which include Global 1000 enterprises, regional listed companies, public utilities, Government, a vast number of successful SMEs, and consumers in various Asian cities.

About Safe-T® Group Ltd.
Safe-T Group Ltd. (Nasdaq, TASE: SFET) is a provider of Zero Trust Access solutions which mitigate attacks on enterprises’ business-critical services and sensitive data, while ensuring uninterrupted business continuity. Safe-T’s cloud and on-premises solutions ensure that an organization’s access use cases, whether into the organization or from the organization out to the internet, are secured according to the “validate first, access later” philosophy of Zero Trust. This means that no one is trusted by default from inside or outside the network, and verification is required from everyone trying to gain access to resources on the network or in the cloud.

Safe-T’s wide range of access solutions reduce organizations’ attack surface and improve their ability to defend against modern cyberthreats. As an additional layer of security, our integrated business-grade global proxy solution cloud service enables smooth and efficient traffic flow, interruption-free service, unlimited concurrent connections, instant scaling and simple integration with our services.

With Safe-T’s patented reverse-access technology and proprietary routing technology, organizations of all size and type can secure their data, services and networks against internal and external threats.

OUR TOP 5 MOST READ BLOG POSTS OF 2021

This year has gone by in a FLASH!

Who can believe that it’s almost 2022?! Crazy.

This past year was certainly an amazing one, both for us, and our customers.

We spent the best part of 2021 focusing on the hottest words on everyone’s lips –multifactor authentication (MFA), identity-based zero trust, and zero-trust network access.

From helping regulated health organizations to understanding why Zero Trust Networks are a must, to discussing the potentially catastrophic fallout from data breaches, covering the Portwsigger data breach itself, and exploring why cyber security insurance companies list MFA as a requirement – our no.1 most read blog of 2021 brought you the Top FIVE Ways your organization can protect itself through MFA.

So, in the true spirit of end-of-year nostalgia, we’ve put together all your favorite blogs from the year in one tidy little, easy-to-read item. Each article is jam-packed with business-critical free information on MFA so that you can prepare yourself for a safe, secure, and MFA-tastic 2022.

Enjoy, and Happy New Year from the team at Safe-T!

#5. How Attackers Target Healthcare Organizations and Why ZTNA Is Critical to Stopping Them

The healthcare industry is notorious for being targeted by hackers with data breaches costing an average of $3.86 million, across all sectors. Most importantly (and worryingly), numbers are increasing. This blog includes vital information on the challenges of maintaining cybersecurity in a healthcare facility and how to overcome them.

Excerpt:
Trying to map the different types of users a healthcare organization has can prove to be a challenge, as there are a wide variety of users:

  • Employees and administrators of the healthcare organization
  • Third-party users such as contractors and other healthcare organizations
  • Connected devices like medical and IOT devices

Consider the need to grant each user the appropriate access and you’ll find even more challenges. Among them:

  • Controlling and securing remote access to healthcare resources for external users
  • Controlling and securing access to healthcare organization resources for internal users
  • Controlling access between different network segments
  • Preventing malware propagation on file shares
  • Complying to the regulations set by organizations such as HIPAA

#4. Data breaches: An 80% risk for all global organizations in 2022
80% of global organizations believe they will suffer a major cyber-attack in 2022.

(Yes, you did read that number correctly!)

This blog looks at the latest report by Trend Micro and the Ponemon Institute’s Report that backed up the theory that 86% of those same companies were likely to experience a data breach specifically and, how it can be avoided.

Excerpt:
The 5 Most Common Causes of Data Breach

  • Weak and Stolen Credentials, a.k.a. Passwords
    The solution: Use complex passwords and never (ever) share passwords.
  • Back Doors and easily hackable apps
    The solution: Keep all software and networks fully secured and up to date with the latest available security measures.
  • Social Engineering
    The solution: Don’t believe every strange email from every exotic, far away country with a name you can’t pronounce – saying you’ve inherited $10 million from your great Aunt Maude (who you have never heard of) and who’s been living in a mud hut, since 1987.
  • Loose Permissions
    The solution: Deploy a system that ensures that only the right people have the right permissions to the right data. And keep those systems updated – always.
  • Internal Threats
    The solution: Update your access permissions regularly. Remove past employees and contractors and make it company policy to do so, religiously.

#3. The Portswigger Data Breach: How Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) could have prevented the potential exposure of 47,000 social security numbers
Data breaches are possibly one of the worst things that can happen to any organization. Such an event can have devastating, not to mention costly consequences.

This blog looks into what happened when the Research Foundation for the State University of New York (SUNY) announced it had detected unauthorized access to its networks – a breach that impacted a staggering 46,700 individuals.

Excerpt:
Considering that the university suffered a hack, the fear of exposure of thousands of social security numbers, the hiring of a security team, the notification, the press, simply to deploy MFA at the end, makes you wonder: why they didn’t have all of this in place in the first place?

The main reason for this is that many organizations do not employ MFA because integrating it into existing applications and services is complex, especially for non-web and thick/fat applications, which are not naturally compatible with MFA.

#2. Cybersecurity Insurance for Data Breaches – Is your business covered?
Cybersecurity insurance providers are now requiring MFA is in place as a base requirement for organizations to receive cyber-security insurance. This blog uncovers why, and what you can do to make sure that you have MFA in place in order to get insured.

Excerpt
MFA makes it much more challenging for attackers to gain access to a system and unleash ransomware or other types of malware.

So, if cybersecurity insurance requires MFA – that must mean that most businesses are getting it. Right? Wrong.

This is largely because integrating MFA to corporate applications and services is complex, especially for non-web and thick/fat applications, which are not naturally compatible with MFA.

Until now, that is.

#1. 5 REASONS YOU SHOULD BE USING MFA
No business is safe today from identity-based attacks. Particularly, identity theft. Hackers today don’t even mind what size business they are attacking. A study conducted by Symantec revealed that 31% of targeted attacks are directed towards businesses with fewer than 250 employees. This blog discusses what the main threats are and how you can protect your business, big or small.

Excerpt
MFA is the practice of confirming a user’s identity based on two or more “factors” or features that are uniquely theirs.

The three factors generally used to confirm users’ identities in MFA are:

  1. Knowledge the user has- generally a regular password
  2. Something the user has- for example, a one-time password sent directly to the user
  3. A biometric form of identification- this could include face, voice or even a characteristic the user has, such as the force of their keystrokes.
    Using more than one factor to confirm a user’s identity adds an extra security measure against identity theft.

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About Version 2 Limited
Version 2 Limited is one of the most dynamic IT companies in Asia. The company develops and distributes IT products for Internet and IP-based networks, including communication systems, Internet software, security, network, and media products. Through an extensive network of channels, point of sales, resellers, and partnership companies, Version 2 Limited offers quality products and services which are highly acclaimed in the market. Its customers cover a wide spectrum which include Global 1000 enterprises, regional listed companies, public utilities, Government, a vast number of successful SMEs, and consumers in various Asian cities.

About Safe-T® Group Ltd.
Safe-T Group Ltd. (Nasdaq, TASE: SFET) is a provider of Zero Trust Access solutions which mitigate attacks on enterprises’ business-critical services and sensitive data, while ensuring uninterrupted business continuity. Safe-T’s cloud and on-premises solutions ensure that an organization’s access use cases, whether into the organization or from the organization out to the internet, are secured according to the “validate first, access later” philosophy of Zero Trust. This means that no one is trusted by default from inside or outside the network, and verification is required from everyone trying to gain access to resources on the network or in the cloud.

Safe-T’s wide range of access solutions reduce organizations’ attack surface and improve their ability to defend against modern cyberthreats. As an additional layer of security, our integrated business-grade global proxy solution cloud service enables smooth and efficient traffic flow, interruption-free service, unlimited concurrent connections, instant scaling and simple integration with our services.

With Safe-T’s patented reverse-access technology and proprietary routing technology, organizations of all size and type can secure their data, services and networks against internal and external threats.

Safe-T Group Announces Deployment of its ZoneZero® Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) Solution with Three New Enterprise Customers

Safe-T’s ZTNA Deployed in APAC Customers Following Competitive Evaluation Against Multiple Solution Providers

HERZLIYA, Israel, Dec. 06, 2021 — Safe-T Group Ltd. (NASDAQ, TASE: SFET) (“Safe-T”), a global provider of cybersecurity and privacy solutions to consumers and enterprises, today announced that it has successfully deployed it’s ZoneZero® ZTNA solution with several customers in India and South-East Asia. The deployments include multi-year service and support contracts.

ZoneZero® is an evolution in the way organizations grant secure access to their services, utilizing Safe-T’s Software Defined Perimeter and patented reverse-access technology. Unlike traditional VPN solutions, Safe-T’s ZTNA offers truly secure, transparent and cost-effective access to internal applications and data for all users.

“We are very pleased to announce the deployment of our ZoneZero® ZTNA solution to these new enterprise customers, especially as the selection of our solution follows a series of very intensive competitive testing and evaluation against several of the industry’s most widely acclaimed products,” stated Eitan Bremler, Co-Founder, VP Product Strategy and Marketing at Safe-T. “On behalf of Safe-T, I wish to thank our growing list of global channel partners who continue to leverage their local expertise and well-established customer networks to introduce Safe-T into the large ZTNA market, and look forward to further building upon the significant momentum we are seeing for our ZoneZero® solution.”

After successfully demonstrating superior product performance and capabilities in a series of competitive evaluation programs, Safe-T’s ZTNA solution was selected by new customers, including:

  • Ramco Cements – With sales and integration support provided by iValue InfoSolutions Pvt Ltd. (“iValue”), Safe-T’s long-standing channel partner in India, Ramco, one of the leading cement manufacturers in India, deployed Safe-T’s ZoneZero® to secure access for its remote users to corporate applications such as file servers, CRM and databases. ZoneZero® was selected over a competing solution developed by an India-based infrastructure security company.
  • Panacea Biotec – Safe-T’s ZoneZero® was deployed at Panacea Biotec, a biotechnology company, specializing in research and development, manufacturing, sales, distribution and marketing of pharmaceuticals, vaccines and biosimilars, to secure access for its remote users to the corporate ERP application. Safe-T, in collaboration with iValue, secured this contract following a competitive performance analysis versus several vendors, including a leading ZTNA solution provider.
  • A Regional Healthcare Facility Operator – Working with Innexgen International Holdings (Pvt) Ltd., Safe-T’s channel partner in Sri Lanka, ZoneZero® was deployed by a growing regional private healthcare provider with presence in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. The solution was deployed in several hospitals, supporting a large number of medical staff connecting to over 50 hospital applications. ZoneZero®, in conjunction with a biometric multi-factor authentication (MFA) solution, was selected to assure the highest levels of secure remote access for the hospital’s employees.

Mr. Bremler concluded: “The interest in ZTNA has grown significantly in the past two years, primarily due to the surge in remote work in response to COVID-19. Work-from-Home and significant increases in the need for remote access have forced organizations to quickly realize the scaling and security limitations of conventional VPN solutions. With the “never trust, always verify” philosophy, and although it’s in early stages of adoption, ZTNA and access management are positioned as a preferred solution for remote access, providing a safe and straightforward approach to the enterprise. With our ZoneZero® suite, we believe that we have the right solution to provide organizations exactly what they need to adapt quickly and securely to the change in work environment and needs.”

About Version 2 Limited
Version 2 Limited is one of the most dynamic IT companies in Asia. The company develops and distributes IT products for Internet and IP-based networks, including communication systems, Internet software, security, network, and media products. Through an extensive network of channels, point of sales, resellers, and partnership companies, Version 2 Limited offers quality products and services which are highly acclaimed in the market. Its customers cover a wide spectrum which include Global 1000 enterprises, regional listed companies, public utilities, Government, a vast number of successful SMEs, and consumers in various Asian cities.

About Safe-T® Group Ltd.
Safe-T Group Ltd. (Nasdaq, TASE: SFET) is a provider of Zero Trust Access solutions which mitigate attacks on enterprises’ business-critical services and sensitive data, while ensuring uninterrupted business continuity. Safe-T’s cloud and on-premises solutions ensure that an organization’s access use cases, whether into the organization or from the organization out to the internet, are secured according to the “validate first, access later” philosophy of Zero Trust. This means that no one is trusted by default from inside or outside the network, and verification is required from everyone trying to gain access to resources on the network or in the cloud.

Safe-T’s wide range of access solutions reduce organizations’ attack surface and improve their ability to defend against modern cyberthreats. As an additional layer of security, our integrated business-grade global proxy solution cloud service enables smooth and efficient traffic flow, interruption-free service, unlimited concurrent connections, instant scaling and simple integration with our services.

With Safe-T’s patented reverse-access technology and proprietary routing technology, organizations of all size and type can secure their data, services and networks against internal and external threats.

Cybersecurity Lawsuits in Healthcare – Is your facility cyber-healthy?

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The sheer volume of data that hospitals and other healthcare facilities store makes them a sitting duck for cybercriminals looking to steal confidential patient information. As more and more details about these attacks come to light, the healthcare industry has become increasingly concerned about cybersecurity lawsuits related to stolen personal data, which can cause serious harm to patients’ reputations and financial situations.

Unfortunately, though, these kinds of cyberattacks are far from new.

Hackers have been targeting hospital data for years. This is because doctors’ names and Social Security numbers are lucrative for identity thieves who can then open credit accounts or get medical treatment under doctors’ names. Today, hackers also steal patient information so they can disrupt billing operations, create fraudulent prescriptions for controlled substances, alter laboratory test results or claim insurance payments fraudulently.

They have also been known to use ransomware to freeze a hospital’s computer system until it pays a ransom! In fact, just recently, two patients filed a lawsuit against Hackensack Meridian Health alleging the health system failed to protect their information from a ransomware attack.

Scary stuff.

Cybersecurity experts say these efforts will only increase as hackers look for an easier way into systems than brute force password cracking, which takes time and resources away from more profitable pursuits.

Hospitals must ensure their cybersecurity is up to date at all times since any failure could lead to serious consequences down the road.

And it’s not just the hospitals…

Cybersecurity healthcare related lawsuits

Over the last decade, several significant cybersecurity-related lawsuits have been brought to light for a variety of healthcare organizations ranging from inpatient to outpatient to private and public clinics. All kinds of doctors’ offices and hospitals should be aware of how vulnerable they are when it comes to data security and be prepared for when things go wrong. Medical professionals must understand what types of liability could come their way in such a situation and know what they can do to protect themselves against potential lawsuits.

Recent attacks include:

  • Northern Light Health who are facing a class-action lawsuit for the Blackbaud breach that affected about half the population of Hawaii or 650,000 people This was a global attack targeting the fundraising platforms of over 25,000 organizations.
  • Scripps Health suffered a class-action lawsuit for the malware attack that compromised their system’s network.  Plaintiffs are alleging that Scripps failed to properly secure and protect patients’ health information and now face a lifetime risk of identity theft.

Cyber-attacks – not just a outside job

Cyberattacks don’t always come from malicious intent from outside of the organization. They can result from mistakes made by employees, contractors, or vendors that put patients’ personal information at risk. Whatever form an attack takes, there is no doubt that its effects will carry serious consequences if not remedied immediately and thoroughly. What is certain is that healthcare organizations must take proper precautions to prevent losses due to digital theft, failure to implement effective security measures, and other causes. Employees need adequate training on how best to conduct business online while still protecting sensitive client information. In short:

To manage cybersecurity risks more effectively,

every member of the healthcare team needs basic knowledge about what constitutes legal compliance.

Although many laws are still being drafted on the subject of cybercrime, these guidelines illustrate some key principles that govern pertinent issues related to data security:

  1. Be informed: stay up to date on new developments in privacy law, especially when applying federal privacy law to state privacy laws because there are different requirements depending on where your company does business.
  • Budget: ensure that any resulting fines or penalties fit into your budget since these costs could greatly reduce profits

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  • Process: establish clear internal processes so people responsible for information management know precisely which actions warrant attention and which don’t.
  • Confidentiality: when filling out forms requiring confidential information, be careful to check ‘no’ whenever applicable.
  • Passwords: always store passwords securely since unauthorized access gives third parties access to private medical files.
  • Information transfer: avoid sending emails containing confidential patient details whenever possible. An employee caught violating legislation and regulatory laws might face civil or criminal charges for inappropriately disclosing private medical details without permission; if found guilty, he or she could face steep financial penalties as well as jail time—penalties directly connected to actual harm done by negligence in handling health data electronically.

Lets’ talk costs

 Data breaches

The average cost of a data breach is around $4 million according to a 2021 report from IBM. In fact, data breaches in healthcare increased by 55.1% between 2019 and 2020. Additionally, during the first six months of 2021, there were 377 breaches reported to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Civil Rights (OCR). This marks a nearly 40% year-over-year increase between mid-year 2020 and 2021. This finding is particularly significant for healthcare providers, as approximately 20% of all respondents reported having been victims of a data breach.

Lack of Adequate Security and cyber-litigation

In the event of a breach, there can be serious legal consequences if a cyber lawsuit is brought against you. Because of these risks, make sure you consult an experienced lawyer who’s familiar with cyber-litigation. That way, even if lawsuits arise, your lawyer will know how to handle them appropriately to minimize any damages.

 Lawsuits and how to avoid them

Many suits currently filed against healthcare organizations involve allegations of lax data security practices, which could be interpreted as a failure to meet obligations under The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) or other laws.

What is a HIPAA Violation?

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 is a landmark piece of legislation that was introduced to simplify the administration of healthcare, eliminate wastage, prevent healthcare fraud, and ensure that employees could maintain healthcare coverage when between jobs.

Either way, health systems can’t afford to ignore potential litigation arising from increasingly sophisticated cyberattacks, nor should they wait until after an incident has occurred to begin taking steps toward mitigating risk. The first step? Be prepared.

Multifactor Authentication (MFA) for the Healthcare industry as a means to significantly reduce cyber attacks

According to a study by Ponemon Institute, 67% of healthcare organizations see an increase in financial damage due to cyberattacks from data breaches alone. To prevent them, organizations are increasingly deploying multifactor authentication methods. These include biometrics, mobile apps, and multi-level passwords.

Achieving zero trust for the healthcare system requires improved and continuous user authentication. While MFA and identity providers have improved the authentication process, there are numerous integration and maintenance challenges, including applications that are not naturally compatible with MFA at all, such as non-web and thick/fat applications, etc.

ZoneZero® Identity-based Zero Trust Solution

ZoneZero® changes that with an Identity-based zero trust solution that offers seamless integration to MFA providers (Synchronic MFA, Push messaging, Biometric, instant messaging, REST API) and secure access control, supporting both non-web protocols and legacy infrastructure.

With ZoneZero®, organizations can easily integrate multi-factor authentication, continuous identity verification, and identity awareness into all applications and services, regardless of whether the user is coming from the same or different network.

What does this mean for you as a healthcare provider?

  • Secure user access for ANY Internal resource
  • Lower operational costs by removing application customization
  • Reduced attack surface, blocking unauthenticated users
  • Ability to add MFA to any application, continually authenticating users
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Want to know more?

Safe-T provides an identity-based zero trust solution that would enable and healthcare organizations to ensure that every request from any user/application to every application invokes an MFA action. For example, once a push notification is sent to the accessing user or IT administrator for an access attempt, ZoneZero® prevents access to the resource, until the MFA responds.

Safe-T has been working with similar organizations to:

  • Simplify and accelerate zero-trust strategy
  • Reduce external/internal attack surface and prevent lateral movement
  • Enforce MFA to legacy infrastructure to achieve compliance
  • Secure access to cloud, on-prem, or hybrid environments
  • Reduce operational complexities
  • Clientless deployment
  • Enhance existing technologies

Schedule a personal demo to see how Safe-T’s ZoneZero® can benefit your healthcare organization and simplify your journey to zero-trust.

 

About Version 2 Limited
Version 2 Limited is one of the most dynamic IT companies in Asia. The company develops and distributes IT products for Internet and IP-based networks, including communication systems, Internet software, security, network, and media products. Through an extensive network of channels, point of sales, resellers, and partnership companies, Version 2 Limited offers quality products and services which are highly acclaimed in the market. Its customers cover a wide spectrum which include Global 1000 enterprises, regional listed companies, public utilities, Government, a vast number of successful SMEs, and consumers in various Asian cities.

About Safe-T® Group Ltd.
Safe-T Group Ltd. (Nasdaq, TASE: SFET) is a provider of Zero Trust Access solutions which mitigate attacks on enterprises’ business-critical services and sensitive data, while ensuring uninterrupted business continuity. Safe-T’s cloud and on-premises solutions ensure that an organization’s access use cases, whether into the organization or from the organization out to the internet, are secured according to the “validate first, access later” philosophy of Zero Trust. This means that no one is trusted by default from inside or outside the network, and verification is required from everyone trying to gain access to resources on the network or in the cloud.

Safe-T’s wide range of access solutions reduce organizations’ attack surface and improve their ability to defend against modern cyberthreats. As an additional layer of security, our integrated business-grade global proxy solution cloud service enables smooth and efficient traffic flow, interruption-free service, unlimited concurrent connections, instant scaling and simple integration with our services.

With Safe-T’s patented reverse-access technology and proprietary routing technology, organizations of all size and type can secure their data, services and networks against internal and external threats.

CYBERSECURITY INSURANCE: Are your customers’ needs covered in order to get it?

Cyber-attacks are rampant. And it’s not getting any better.

Organizations across all industries, and of all sizes, both public and private, are painfully aware of this. As a result, they are doing all they can to not just to prevent them, but to insure themselves against them, should things go pear-shaped.

And they’d be right to do so.

Data breaches cost companies a whopping $3.86 million per incident last year. In addition, there was also a  massive 245% uptick in ransomware attacks (causing $21 billion in losses in the US alone).

As a reseller of cybersecurity solutions, you’ll want to make sure that your customers can get fast and easy access to cybersecurity insurance in order to help them safeguard their business.

Unfortunately, the road to insurance isn’t an easy one.

Here’s why:

MFA –The big technology with a little name

MFA (Multifactor Authentication) is designed to add more security checks to the login process. So, users wishing to gain access to networks or data, need to submit additional information to verify their identity before they are allowed ‘in’. By adding more login proof points, businesses can better prove that someone is who they say they are and, if they aren’t, make it that much harder for them to gain access.

Insurers wanting to make sure that the likelihood of a cyberattack is as low as possible, are now requiring MFA in order to deem a company eligible for insurance.

So, MFA, and you’re insured, right?

Er, not so fast.

While MFA and identity providers have improved the authentication process, there are numerous integration and maintenance challenges, including applications that are not naturally compatible with MFA at all, such as non-web and thick/fat applications, etc.

Getting MFA for Internal Admin Access is problematic

Complying with requirements is complicated. While standard MFA solutions can cover some of these use cases, none can cover all of them. Additionally, integrating MFA to corporate applications and services is no simple task, especially for non-web and thick/fat applications, which are not naturally compatible with MFA.

ZoneZero® changes all that.

ZoneZero® is an Identity-based zero trust solution that offers seamless integration to MFA providers (Synchronic MFA, Push messaging, Biometric, instant messaging, REST API) and secure access control, supporting both non-web protocols and legacy infrastructure.

With ZoneZero®, organizations can easily integrate multi-factor authentication, continuous identity verification, and identity awareness into all applications and services, regardless of whether the user is coming from the same or different network.

What does ZoneZero® mean for MFA resellers, specifically?

ZoneZero® means you can get MFA up and running and help your customers get insured against cyberattacks, through:

  • Fast and easy implementation to get your customers up and running in only a few hours
  • Secure user access for ANY Internal resource
  • Reduced attack surface, blocking unauthenticated users
  • Ability to add MFA to any application, continually authenticating users
  • An opportunity to grow your business profit margins with effective zero trust implementation

And that’s not all.

With ZoneZero you can:

  • Expand your customer base with leading identity-based zero-trust technology recognized by analysts such as Gartner and Forrester
  • Differentiate your business with identity based zero-trust technology
  • Help your existing customers overcome the modern challenges of securing user access without replacing existing technology
  • Offer your customers a platform that’s completely scalable and flexible to their needs
  • Benefit from a financially rewarding partner program
  • Get full support from a dedicated account manager, sales, and technical team

About Version 2 Limited
Version 2 Limited is one of the most dynamic IT companies in Asia. The company develops and distributes IT products for Internet and IP-based networks, including communication systems, Internet software, security, network, and media products. Through an extensive network of channels, point of sales, resellers, and partnership companies, Version 2 Limited offers quality products and services which are highly acclaimed in the market. Its customers cover a wide spectrum which include Global 1000 enterprises, regional listed companies, public utilities, Government, a vast number of successful SMEs, and consumers in various Asian cities.

About Safe-T® Group Ltd.
Safe-T Group Ltd. (Nasdaq, TASE: SFET) is a provider of Zero Trust Access solutions which mitigate attacks on enterprises’ business-critical services and sensitive data, while ensuring uninterrupted business continuity. Safe-T’s cloud and on-premises solutions ensure that an organization’s access use cases, whether into the organization or from the organization out to the internet, are secured according to the “validate first, access later” philosophy of Zero Trust. This means that no one is trusted by default from inside or outside the network, and verification is required from everyone trying to gain access to resources on the network or in the cloud.

Safe-T’s wide range of access solutions reduce organizations’ attack surface and improve their ability to defend against modern cyberthreats. As an additional layer of security, our integrated business-grade global proxy solution cloud service enables smooth and efficient traffic flow, interruption-free service, unlimited concurrent connections, instant scaling and simple integration with our services.

With Safe-T’s patented reverse-access technology and proprietary routing technology, organizations of all size and type can secure their data, services and networks against internal and external threats.

Cybersecurity Insurance for Data Breaches Is your business covered?

Many companies have realized that cyber-attacks are no longer just an unlikely fear, but rather, a probable event. As a result, they are insuring themselves against them in order to mitigate the potential mass losses and expenses that can be associated with them.

According to IBM Security’s Cost of a Data Breach Report, “the average total cost of a data breach increased by nearly 10% year over year, the largest single-year cost increase in the last seven years.”

Yet, despite increased spending on cybersecurity – nearly $134 billion last year – data breaches cost companies an average of $3.86 million per incident. And that’s just for standard companies. The number rises steeply for those in heavily regulated industries and those dealing with sensitive personally identifiable information (PII).

Let’s talk coverage

So, what exactly are we talking about? Of course, every cyber insurance policy is a little different, but for the most part, they commonly address costs associated with:

  • Operational disruption
  • Data loss or destruction
  • Incident response and investigation
  • Crisis management
  • Ransomware payments or other extortion demands
  • Legal expenses and defense 

…all of which can be extremely costly, to say the least.

Now that the risks are clear, everyone’s getting insured right? Wrong.

Cybersecurity insurance providers are smart, and more importantly, they know how to hold onto their money. As a result, they have now mandated that multi-factor authentication (MFA) must be in place as a base requirement to receive coverage from a cyberattack.

In short – NO MFA, no coverage.

Multi-factor authentication reduces risk

MFA was developed from the get-go to add more security checks to the login process. In other words, users wishing to gain access to something, need to submit additional information to verify their identity before they are allowed ‘in’.

The benefits of this are twofold:  1) More login proof points mean that businesses can better prove that someone is who they say they are and 2) if the person isn’t who they say they are, it’ll be that much harder for them to get in.

To simplify: Think of MFA like a bouncer at a club. Before you get in, he wants to know who you know, if your name is on the list and, if you’ve got the secret password.

Here are some classic MFA examples:

  • Something you know: A “knowledge factor” like a password
  • Something you have: A “possession factor” like a phone or security key
  • Something you are: An “inherence factor” like biometrics

This way, even if a password is stolen, an attacker won’t be able to access whatever he is trying to access, without all the required factors.

Nice.

The MFA mandate is a smart move given that the U.S. cyber insurance market had an average combined loss ratio of 103% last year. And that was before the SolarWinds attack fallout. By requiring MFA, cyber insurers drastically cut their exposure. Verizon’s 2021 Data Breach Investigation Report found that credentials are the #1 data type stolen and that hacked credentials lead to 61% of all breaches.

Credentials like passwords and other shared secrets are also the top entry vector for ransomware, which accounted for nearly half of cyber insurance claims last year.

In a nutshell:

MFA makes it much more challenging for attackers to gain access to a system and unleash ransomware or other types of malware.

So, it’s clear, cybersecurity insurance requires MFA. That must mean that most businesses are getting it. Right? Wrong again.

This is large because integrating MFA to corporate applications and services is complex, especially for non-web and thick/fat applications, which are not naturally compatible with MFA.

Until now, that is.

ZoneZero® is an Identity-based Zero Trust solution that uniquely enables customers to easily integrate and deploy a centralized MFA solution (Synchronic MFA, Push messaging, Biometric, instant messaging, REST API) and identity awareness for all access points, endpoints, corporate applications, both web, and non-web.

This makes MFA much easier to implement, enabling companies to get their insurance needs covered. Pun intended.

The first-ever solution to fully integrate MFA Concepts for internal network users, with ZoneZero®, organizations reap all the benefits of MFA for all applications with zero disruption to existing infrastructures and no loss of initial investment. ZoneZero® provides identity-based segmentation and MFA for any and every internal application for secure access control, non-web protocols, and legacy infrastructure. With ZoneZero®, organizations can easily integrate MFA and continuous identity verification for all applications.

Let’s summarize

Multifactor authentication is a simple solution for deterring cyber-attacks and their consequences. Microsoft states that MFA can block over 99.9% of account compromise attacks. Given that password habits are generally not good among most people, this extra security measure is one that’s well worth considering.

The costs of a successful cyber-attack are far-reaching: For example, fraudulent wire transfer requests, redirecting funds (like payroll funds) or company goods to their own financial accounts, exposing corporate data or personally identifiable information of customers and employees, or deploying ransomware. The list goes on. And on.

Covid 19 and the new Work from Home (WFH) trend have only exacerbated the cyber risk due to VPNs trying to keep up with entirely new levels of simultaneous access. And hackers are upping the ante. Threats such as brute force attacks are on the rise (systematical attempts at all username and password combinations).

To date, MFA adoption is up 12% from 2018 to 2019, but still, only 57% of businesses are doing it.

This is large because businesses feel like they have to choose between user experience or security. 

Safe T’s ZoneZero® changes all that.

About Version 2 Limited
Version 2 Limited is one of the most dynamic IT companies in Asia. The company develops and distributes IT products for Internet and IP-based networks, including communication systems, Internet software, security, network, and media products. Through an extensive network of channels, point of sales, resellers, and partnership companies, Version 2 Limited offers quality products and services which are highly acclaimed in the market. Its customers cover a wide spectrum which include Global 1000 enterprises, regional listed companies, public utilities, Government, a vast number of successful SMEs, and consumers in various Asian cities.

About Safe-T® Group Ltd.
Safe-T Group Ltd. (Nasdaq, TASE: SFET) is a provider of Zero Trust Access solutions which mitigate attacks on enterprises’ business-critical services and sensitive data, while ensuring uninterrupted business continuity. Safe-T’s cloud and on-premises solutions ensure that an organization’s access use cases, whether into the organization or from the organization out to the internet, are secured according to the “validate first, access later” philosophy of Zero Trust. This means that no one is trusted by default from inside or outside the network, and verification is required from everyone trying to gain access to resources on the network or in the cloud.

Safe-T’s wide range of access solutions reduce organizations’ attack surface and improve their ability to defend against modern cyberthreats. As an additional layer of security, our integrated business-grade global proxy solution cloud service enables smooth and efficient traffic flow, interruption-free service, unlimited concurrent connections, instant scaling and simple integration with our services.

With Safe-T’s patented reverse-access technology and proprietary routing technology, organizations of all size and type can secure their data, services and networks against internal and external threats.

Five Reasons You Should be Using MFA

Identity-based attacks in general and specifically identity theft are some of the latest security risks companies are facing. Although you may only see the names of high-profile businesses targeted by hackers in the news and online, no business is safe, and hackers are not above targeting even the smallest businesses for profit. A study conducted by Symantec revealed that 31% of targeted attacks are directed towards businesses with fewer than 250 employees.

With low risks and a potentially high payoff involved, identity theft has become one of the most popular and profitable crimes.

So how can you protect yourself and your business against identity theft?

Multi-factor Authentication

Your business may take traditional security measures, like installing antivirus software, deploying encryption technology, raising a firewall, and even regularly running vulnerability tests. However, without multi-factor authentication (MFA) for each application in your network, hackers can still bypass these measures.  

So what is MFA?

MFA is the practice of confirming a user’s identity based on two or more “factors” or features that are uniquely theirs.

The three factors generally used to confirm users’ identities in MFA are:

  1. Knowledge the user has- generally a regular password
  2. Something the user has- for example, a one-time password sent directly to the user
  3. A biometric form of identification- this could include face, voice or even a characteristic the user has, such as the force of their keystrokes.

Using more than one factor to confirm a user’s identity adds an extra security measure against identity theft.

Why use MFA for each application?

Still not convinced? Here are five reasons you should be using MFA:

  1. The number of security breaches performed successfully continues to rise, proving that traditional cybersecurity measures are no longer enough to protect against the evolving techniques of threat actors.
  2. Although traditional measures such as firewalls and vulnerability tests are necessary, they don’t protect against any potential threat that has gotten access to the user’s password or other authenticating information. With two factors, especially a unique one like a password sent directly to the user, or a biometric identifier, the risk of a hacker knowing all the necessary information is significantly minimized, and with a biometric identifier the threat becomes practically non-existent.
  3. Hacker’s methods are constantly changing, so while users may be aware of the threat of phishing, they remain vulnerable to having their passwords stolen with newer methods such as keylogging, pharming, and whatever comes next. Measures such as biometric identifiers eliminate the threat of password stealing almost entirely, regardless of the methods threat actors choose to use.
  4. While identity theft can already cause vast amounts of damage, data theft is not the only risk. Hackers will often use the data they gather maliciously to transmit spam, propaganda, or even viruses. Hackers may also go beyond merely stealing data and destroy it entirely or make significant changes to programs and services.
  5. MFA is a high level of security that is unlikely to disrupt the user’s experience. Users are familiar with the concept of proving their identity to access sensitive information, such as at the bank or when they login to their email address, and using a biometric identifier makes it extremely easy for the user to access what they need to with simply the touch of a button or displaying their face to a camera- no log in process required.

Conclusion

As cyber-attack methods become more sophisticated, cybersecurity should follow the same path. Complicating security measures, however, disrupts users and may lead to disgruntled users struggling to access their accounts or sensitive information. MFA allows users to prove they are who they say they are with the information they have easy access to, while hackers do not. Although implementing an MFA may seem disruptive to your current security infrastructure, ZoneZero changes that, with an Identity-based zero trust solution that offers seamless integration to MFA providers (Synchronic MFA, Push messaging, Biometric, instant messaging, REST API) and secure access control, supporting both non-web protocols and legacy infrastructure.

With ZoneZero organizations can easily integrate multi-factor authentication, continuous identity verification and identity awareness into all application and services, regardless if the user is coming from the same network or a different network.

ZoneZero supports continuous multi-factor authentication, meaning that the user’s identity is continuously evaluated and verified throughout the session, eliminating the risk of identity takeover fraud and identity-based attacks, while still delivering a seamless user experience. A centralized approach means that no client-side integration or proxies is necessary, and integration is entirely vendor agnostic.

About Version 2 Limited
Version 2 Limited is one of the most dynamic IT companies in Asia. The company develops and distributes IT products for Internet and IP-based networks, including communication systems, Internet software, security, network, and media products. Through an extensive network of channels, point of sales, resellers, and partnership companies, Version 2 Limited offers quality products and services which are highly acclaimed in the market. Its customers cover a wide spectrum which include Global 1000 enterprises, regional listed companies, public utilities, Government, a vast number of successful SMEs, and consumers in various Asian cities.

About Safe-T® Group Ltd.
Safe-T Group Ltd. (Nasdaq, TASE: SFET) is a provider of Zero Trust Access solutions which mitigate attacks on enterprises’ business-critical services and sensitive data, while ensuring uninterrupted business continuity. Safe-T’s cloud and on-premises solutions ensure that an organization’s access use cases, whether into the organization or from the organization out to the internet, are secured according to the “validate first, access later” philosophy of Zero Trust. This means that no one is trusted by default from inside or outside the network, and verification is required from everyone trying to gain access to resources on the network or in the cloud.

Safe-T’s wide range of access solutions reduce organizations’ attack surface and improve their ability to defend against modern cyberthreats. As an additional layer of security, our integrated business-grade global proxy solution cloud service enables smooth and efficient traffic flow, interruption-free service, unlimited concurrent connections, instant scaling and simple integration with our services.

With Safe-T’s patented reverse-access technology and proprietary routing technology, organizations of all size and type can secure their data, services and networks against internal and external threats.