Nearly all cyber insurance brokers now require MFA across on-prem and cloud resources. This introduces a severe challenge to small and mid-sized organizations since standard MFA solutions cannot deliver the required coverage and deploying a PAM solution is typically beyond the scope of their operational capacity and security skillset. The Silverfort Unified Identity Protection platform is the only solution that can consolidate compliance with the full cyber insurance MFA checklist, without requiring agents or proxies, making it an ideal choice for any organization that seeks to purchase or renew its cyber insurance policy.
Renew your cyber liability policy by checking off all its MFA requirements: email, remote network, and internal and external admin access.
Enforce MFA access control on all on-prem and cloud resources in your environment to proactively prevent ransomware attacks.
Fully deploy Silverfort in your production environment within the timeframe set by your broker.
Silverfort utilizes agentless and proxyless technology to extend MFA to all users and resources included in the new cyber insurance checklist:
Apply MFA to the command line tools ransomware attacks use, such as PsExec, PowerShell, WMI and others. No other MFA solution can protect these access interfaces.
The Silverfort Unified Identity Protection platform is the only solution that enforces MFA by natively integrating with your identity providers rather than by agents or proxies on individual resources. This ensures that all resources are protected, with no blind spots.
“To meet this particular compliance requirement we wanted one solution, one interface with a vendor, and Silverfort checked all my boxes.”
Hugh Christiansen, Enterprise Solutions Architect, High Touch Technologies
New cyber insurance regulations requires the extension of MFA to all users and resources included in the new cyber insurance checklist, including email, remote network access, and internal/external admin access.
Because MFA is the tested and proven solution for preventing the propagation of ransomware attacks.
Definitely. However, it is up to you to choose whether you want to consolidate your MFA stack in Silverfort or keep using your existing solution for email and network side by side with Silverfort.
Certainly not. You can actually integrate Silverfort with the MFA solution you’re already using to gain both full compliance and a consistent user experience for your workforce.