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Multifactor Authentication (MFA) Assessment

It’s safe to assume that with enough effort an employee’s username and password could be guessed and/or stolen. This is exactly what MFA protects against. With MFA, if a bad actor obtains one of your employee’s usernames and passwords they still cannot access the application because they will not have the MFA token, such as a code that is provided via text, email, an app, etc. This assessment will help determine gaps in your organization’s MFA deployment and provide guidance on how to address any exposures.

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Secure Password Manager

Most systems require a password, and managing multiple, complex passwords that are often difficult to remember is challenging for everyone. This makes it all too easy to revert to bad habits such as using simple passwords, reusing passwords across multiple sites and services, or even writing passwords down and storing them in a place where others might find them. This increases the risk of an unauthorized user accessing your accounts if a password is guessed, lost, or stolen. Using a secure password manager application makes it easier for your employees to create and use stronger passwords, which are the foundation of sound online security practices.

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Phishing Email Simulator

Cyber criminals frequently use email to entice employees to click on malicious links or attachments. For unaware employees, acting on these malicious emails can lead to malware infection, theft of usernames/passwords, or cyber extortion via ransomware. With a Phishing Simulator, you can test a sample of your employees to see how well they respond to two unique simulated phishing attacks, then use the results to adjust your user awareness programs.

Security Awareness Training

Being able to recognize suspicious behavior is critical when it comes to preventing a cyber incident. Since bad actors continually find new ways to trick people (e.g., via email, social networks, and phone), it is imperative that your employees are regularly trained on cyber security best practices and how to identify potential threats. With this online security training, Chubb’s cyber policyholders have access to two courses: Security Awareness Basics and Security Awareness for Information Technology. Managers are even able to download reports to view employee results and course completion statistics. 

This service is available to Chubb policyholders at no additional cost.

Cyber Risk Resource Library

Whether you are learning how to prevent a data security breach or recover from one, eRiskHub® is another resource available to help protect your organization. With eRiskHub®, you'll find information and technical resources that can help prevent network, cyber, and privacy losses, as well as assessments and other tools that will help you better understand your exposures and develop an incident response plan.

This service is available to Chubb policyholders at no additional cost.

Request Cyber Services

All Chubb policyholders are eligible for cyber services. Get the most value from your Chubb policy and request access today.