Coalition reveals new integrations with Microsoft 365, Google Workspace, & Amazon Web Services

Coalition, an active cyber insurance provider, has revealed new integrations between Coalition Control, its cyber risk management platform, and cloud services providers, which includes Microsoft 365, Google Workspace, and Amazon Web Services.

It has been confirmed that Coalition policyholders and Control customers can now connect Coalition Control with cloud services, in order to help them actively manage and improve their cybersecurity postures.

It is important to highlight that when companies choose to connect Control to one or more cloud providers, they are able to get a more comprehensive view of their internal risk posture and external attack surface.

As a result, these services bring additional data into Control to help businesses more effectively manage and mitigate digital risks within cloud applications and services, such as unauthorized access and misconfigurations.

Moreover, this can also help organisations to understand if they have enabled multi-factor authentication (MFA), which is a security control that Coalition has found to be effective in reducing the negative impacts of cyber attacks.

John Roberts, General Manager, Security, at Coalition, commented: “Coalition Control can provide a more holistic view into a company’s cybersecurity risk posture, now including internal risks — something that is often a black box for so many. With these new integrations, we’re helping to remove some of the guesswork for businesses around the security controls of their cloud services. This is a pivotal moment for businesses that use Control, as we increase visibility into their overall risk posture and simplify some of the more complicated aspects of cyber risk management.”

In related news, Coalition recently announced that its full-stack carrier, Coalition Insurance Company (CIC), is now quoting for its admitted cyber product across the entire United States.

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