Cyber Insurance MFA Compliance at the tip of your fingers
Over the years obtaining cyber insurance has become more complex. Underwriters are looking for MFA to be in place as a minimum proof of protection for eligibility for coverage. QuickLaunch can help you meet the MFA Compliance requirement with quick time to value.
Over 250 Institutions trust QuickLaunch as their Identity Management Partner
What is Cyber Liability Insurance?
Cyber liability insurance, sometimes known as cyber insurance, is distinct from traditional commercial general liability and property insurance policies. In short, cyber liability insurance acts as a general line of coverage designed to mitigate losses and costs from a variety of cyber incidents, including data breaches, network damage, and the resulting business interruption.
How can MFA help demonstrate your institution’s eligibility for Cyber Insurance coverage?
- Improve Cybersecurity Posture across campus and virtual learning environments
- Accelerate Readiness for Cyber Insurance Pre-Audit Requirements
- Mitigate ransomware risks
- Satisfy Compliance requirements
Cyber liability insurance generally deals with:
Loss or destruction of data
Damages to software/hardware
Extortion demands to appease bad actors
What is Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication
Standard authentication methods, including Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), ask users for specific credentials whenever they try to log in or access corporate resources. Adaptive Authentication asks for different credentials, depending upon the situation—tightening security when the risk of breach is higher.
How can QuickLaunch help you mature your Cybersecurity footprint with MFA?
- Sign up for QuickLaunch SSO by Nov. 30, 2022, to receive a 6-month free trial of our Adaptive MFA solution.
- Participating institutions must provide Cyber Insurance Policy documentation with MFA requirements listed.
- Quick time to value
QuickLaunch Adaptive Multi-Factor Authentication
Enable Secure User Login from Anywhere
Improves cyber security posture by protecting user accounts from being hacked and thwarting ransomware and phishing cyber attacks.