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[Webinar] Multi-Factor Authentication for Cyber Insurance: What You Need
2021-10-05 @ 13:00 – 14:00 UTC-4
In 2020, the world entered a new era of cyberattacks. Last year saw a skyrocketing increase in bad actor sophistication and severity of financial consequences. Insurance providers are tightening the terms of cyber insurance policies and increasing premiums accordingly.
In this webinar, Joseon Group and Agilicus will explain what you need to know about cyber threats, cyber insurance and share key ways to keep your premiums affordable.
Just like safe driving will provide a deduction to your vehicle insurance – Best practices like Multi-Factor Authentication are the key to saving money on cyber insurance. In many cases, as insurance renewals come up, municipalities are being told they have 30 days to implement multi-factor authentication for remote access or the policy will be declined.
In this webinar, we’ll walk through the easiest way to add Multi-Factor Authentication to legacy apps and remote access – securing your organizations and instantly reducing your insurance premiums.
What you’ll learn
- Current Cyber Threats
- How to reduce your cyber risk profile
- Tips for lowering your cyber insurance premium
- How to increase security while decrease spending
- How to add Multi-Factor Authentication to legacy apps in under an hour
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John Chiappetta, Agilicus
Prior to joining Agilicus, John has worked with public and private sector organizations of all sizes to enhance their use of data and innovation to improve services, inform local decision-making and drive product development. John worked with municipalities across Canada to create the Open Cities Index, helped manage Canada’s Open Data Exchange and has worked on Smart Cities projects such as the City of Stratford’s Smart Parking Initiative. In doing so, John has extensive experience with emerging technologies such as Big Data, 5G, IoT, and Cloud Computing.
Tristan Kim, Managing Partner, Joseon Group; Advisory Board Member, InfoSecTO
Throughout over 10 years dedicated to the IT/Security sector, Tristan’s sole passion for helping others enabled him in establishing a successful career in client management and also earning trusted partnerships with both his clients and vendors across Canada and the US. Leveraging his consultation experience in IT, cybersecurity, and cyber incident response, Tristan has helped many SME (small-medium enterprise) organizations to be more cyber resilient. Just prior to starting Joseon Group, Tristan has worked closely with the Cyber Crime Investigations Unit at Toronto Police Service and co-founded a grassroots organization called InfoSecTO (Information Security Toronto) – specifically purposed in giving back to the business community through outreach, education, and training on how to better protect their company against cyber threats.
Jason Marilla, Managing Partner, Joseon Group; Security Solutions Consultant & Threat Hunter; Advisory Board Member, InfoSecTO
With over 20 years of experience in IT & Cybersecurity, Jason Marilla is a seasoned tech entrepreneur, an enterprise network architect, and a threat hunter. With the combined skill set and experience, Jason is valued to many clients across the SME space in Canada and the US. Jason is a Managing Partner of Joseon Group, Advisory Board Member for InfoSecTO, and also a best-selling author.