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Nearly all insurers are requiring, or will soon be requiring, MFA to be in place for remote access to all sensitive information in order to qualify for a cyber insurance policy (Image: Nicescene/Shutterstock.com) Nearly all insurers are requiring, or will soon be requiring, MFA to be in place for remote access to all sensitive information in order to qualify for a cyber insurance policy (Image: Nicescene/Shutterstock.com)

If there is one acronym that agents and brokers selling cyber insurance need to familiarize themselves with right now, it is multi-factor authorization or MFA.

This security tool requires a user to provide at least two verification methods to gain access to an online account or a remote network or application.

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