Worried about how to protect your business from cybercrime, including ransomware attacks and email account takeover? Every financial services firm, large or small, is now a target for cyber criminals.
Mitigo specialises in cyber risk management for the financial services profession. They protect members against ransomware and other cyber attacks, and provide operational resilience, data security and legal and regulatory compliance.
This is proportionate, affordable, ongoing security, which protects businesses against cybercrime.
It starts with an assessment of your cyber risks. Mitigo then take care of the three areas needed to keep your business safe:
- On and off site technology assessments
- Penetration testing
- Vulnerability assessments and vulnerability scanning
- Controls and configuration
- People competence
- Simulated phishing
- Cybersecurity handbook
- Control and risk management framework
- Risk management platform
Mitigo also provides Emergency cyber breach response, which includes:
- Emergency incident response and containment
- Forensics and investigation
- Assistance on reporting obligations
- Cyber Essentials
- Cyber Essentials Plus
- IASME Governance
- ISO 27001
Mitigo is offering Paradigm members a free cybersecurity assessment to help you understand the areas of your business that are most vulnerable to attack.
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Videos - Cybersecurity in 100 seconds
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Meet the board
The Mitigo solution is tailored for firms in the financial services sector and relies on the extraordinary experience and expertise of their senior management team, with backgrounds in bank security, law, HR and training, partnerships and affiliations. Read more here.
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Cybersecurity for remote working
David Fleming, Chief Technology Officer at Mitigo has created some cyber security guidance for remote working, to support our members in keeping their firms safe.