Cyber insurance is a general line of coverage for mitigating losses and costs stemming from security incidents, such as data breaches, network damage, and potential business interruptions. As the number of security incidents and associated losses skyrocketed in recent years, fueled by ransomware attacks and identity-driven breaches, insurance companies required their customers to adopt preventive controls to be eligible for coverage.
While every cyber insurance policy has its unique set of required preventative measures, a common requirement for all companies is to use multi-factor authentication (MFA) to protect access to all critical resources. Indeed, it is a proven fact that MFA significantly decreases the number of successful cyberattacks on organizations of all sizes, but how do you choose the right MFA solution for your company beyond checking the box on the insurance renewal form? What resources should be prioritized and protected? How to deploy MFA in hybrid or cloud environments with a distributed workforce?
Join Brandon McCaffrey, CyberArk’s Solutions Strategy Architect, and Stas Neyman, Director of Product Marketing, to learn more about cyber insurance, MFA, and putting them together to build a robust end-to-end security strategy for your company.
- Learn about recent changes in the cyber insurance market
- Determine which resources should be protected with MFA
- See how CyberArk solutions can prevent ransomware attacks and security breaches
- Understand how CyberArk can help you meet insurance requirements