Software Defined Access


Safe-T’s Software-Defined Access is a multi-layered solution, addressing the applications and data access challenges across on-prem, mobile and hybrid cloud environments. The perimeter is ever-expanding, with the introduction of remote access, IOT, BYOD and cloud services.

By deploying Safe-T’s solution, you can unify and streamline all your access and exchange systems to modernize your security perimeter on-premise and in the cloud. It protects and controls access by separating the access layer from the authentication layer, and by segmenting internal networks. This reduces the attack surface and mitigates the risk of external threats such as network DDoS, SSL based attacks, application attacks and more. Using machine learning techniques, our anomaly detection tool Telepath detects the presence of bots or authenticated malicious insiders and provides you with highly actionable data to help you recognize and tamp down threats before they have the opportunity to cause harm.

Only if authorized, access is granted transparently to the intended user. Once access is granted, Safe-T controls data usage, and tracks user behavior, thus preventing data exfiltration, leakage, malware and ransomware. This is Zero Trust at its best.

Safe-T’s patented Software-Defined Access solution has been deployed by leading global enterprises to provide an adaptive access perimeter, thus protecting and mitigating all aspects of access and data threats.

All organizations face a multitude of challenges when securing and monitoring sensitive data against threats.

External threats:

Such as DDoS attacks and attacks on critical services — Hackers thrive on finding ways to steal, misuse or compromise your data. Applications are susceptible to DDoS attacks. Let’s face it: We all know that there are incoming holes in the Firewall. In addition, sensitive data and SSL keys are stored in the cloud or on-premise DMZ, giving external hackers potential access to the internal networks.

Insider threats:

Such as zero-day malware, ransomware, data exfiltration and leakage — Users have direct and unrestricted access to data stored on premises or in the cloud, allowing them to steal and leak data. Or in case of infection of their own end-point, it can encrypt the original data stores.


Safe-T’s unique, Software-Defined Access built on the foundation that -

“if you can’t be seen, you can’t be hacked”

By making your data invisible to the outside world, by controlling the data access life cycle and by giving you the insights needed to detect threats from both authorized and unauthorized users in their earliest stages, we keep you protected from the full scope of access-based cyber-challenges.

Zero Trust Access to
Services and Data

Safe-T’s ‘on-demand Software Defined Perimeter’, built on our patented Reverse-Access technology, transparently grants access only to authorized users by separating the access layer from the authentication layer, and by segregating internal networks. It authenticates the user prior to providing access.

Control Usage of Data

Once users have access to your application data, Safe-T ensures they only use the data according to their respective usage and access policies.
The data residing inside your organization or being transferred in and out is completely controlled and protected — on premise or in the cloud.
Further, our built-in behavioral analysis tool detects and reports the presence of authenticated malicious insiders and bots.

Actionable Reporting on Data Usage

Throughout the application access lifecycle, Safe-T monitors and audits all user actions for each accessed application or data repository. Additionally, our Telepath Behavior Analysis tool detects the presence of bots and malicious insiders and provides actionable reports to prevent damage
before it occurs.


  • Supports any type of application or service.
  • Allows Bi-directional traffic over outbound connections.
  • Augment existing firewalls, closing incoming ports.
  • Reinforces firewalls to isolate applications, services and networks from attackers.
  • Provides actionable insights into user behavior, allowing you to detect malicious intent before damage occurs.
  • Drives down costs through simplification, operational efficiency and decommissioning of DMZ components.
  • Eliminates storing any SSL certificates or user credentials in the DMZ.
  • Permits only authorized access to data, services, networks and APIs.
  • Removes the need for VPN.
  • Prevents network access, allowing direct application access only.

Keep Your Sensitive Data in