Outdoor Sports Insurance and its partners in cyber security have provided two new important resources to help businesses protect their IT infrastructure from looming cyber threats.
In partnership with Evolve Cybersecurity Insurance Specialists, these five steps can be reviewed to make sure your business is implementing the best practices to avoid cyber attacks. For a breakdown of each step, find the complete document here.
- Secure Ransomware Threat
- Secure Employees
- Secure Phishing Threat
- Secure Company Website
- Secure Bank Accounts & Fund Transfers
Multi-Factor Authentication, or MFA for short, is a cybersecurity measure that requires users to confirm multiple factors verifying their identity prior to accessing a network or system.
MFA is a vital layer of protection against first-party losses and business interruptions that can result from a cyberattack, and it can one of the most useful and accessible tools available.
CNBC recently reported that only 14% of small businesses have the means to defend against cyberattacks, and 60% of companies that suffer a cyberattack close their doors within 6 months due to an inability to recover. MFA will help you better protect your business.
MFA Protects Against
- Phishing/Speak Phishing Attacks
- Credential Stuffing
- Brute Force and Reverse Brute Force Attacks
- Man-in-the-middle Attacks