Minimize the cost of cyber insurance

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Minimize the cost of cyber insurance

Getting coverage hinges on having the right strategies, systems, and protocols in place to give you a low-risk profile

Cyber insurance costs are quickly piling up

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Insurers have raised the bar on qualifications

Cybersecurity precautions are critical to the safety and security of your organization, but they’re also critical if you need cybersecurity insurance – and you do. But to get or maintain coverage, you need to prove your data is highly secure. Gone are the days of “taking your word for it.” Today, insurers look for specific solutions aligned with a zero trust architecture as conditions of receiving coverage.

What is zero trust?

A zero trust security strategy isn't focused on securing the perimeter --it's based on securing the identity. This is a credential user, who by default, is not permitted to see or do anything whether in or outside of the organization's network. Users must be authenticated, authorized, and continuously validated before being granted access to applications and data. In short, a zero trust security strategy trusts no one.

Zero trust and identity management

Whether or not you’re actively involved in procuring or extending your cybersecurity insurance coverage, the solutions that come together to create a robust zero trust strategy are security best practices. Rooted in identity and access management (IAM), zero trust requires identity management, authentication, access management, and continuous monitoring to create checkpoints, requiring authorization and authentication at the access point of applications containing sensitive data.

Imprivata makes it easier to put zero trust into practice

Create a solid architecture to ensure user access to the right data and applications, at the right time, and for the right reasons.
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    Identity governance

    Deliver precise role-based access to systems and applications with automated user administration and analytics.

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    Multifactor authentication

    Centralize identity access and authentication across the entire enterprise, with rapid authentication for EPCS, remote access, cloud applications, medical devices, and other critical workflows.

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    Enterprise single sign-on

    Deliver a frictionless user experience with secure, No Click Access™ to on-premises and cloud applications from any device, anywhere.

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    Privileged access management

    Secure access to privileged accounts from malicious or accidental access from both within and beyond your firewall.

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Help cyber insurers help you

By implementing identity governance, multifactor authentication, single sign-on, and privileged access management solutions, you help bolster the security of your enterprise and prove to insurers that you already have proactive strategies and systems in place.



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