About Mitigo and their service
The digital world has revolutionised organised crime and every financial services firm, large or small, is now a target for cyber criminals.
Automated attacks will find the vulnerabilities in your technology, poorly trained people and any inadequate policies or procedures, putting your business at risk.
Which is why cyber protection is no longer the job of IT support: it requires specialist help.
Without adequate protection in place, firms could face theft of information, data, financial and intellectual property, serious business disruption, as well as reputational damage, and even potential for regulator action and fines. One cyber incident could bring your business to a halt and destroy the hard won trust of your clients.
Paradigm has done its due diligence to provide members with a trustworthy cybersecurity solution to protect your firm.
Mitigo’s support has been designed for IFAs, to offer proportionate, affordable, ongoing security, to safeguard your firm against cybercrime and includes a dedicated expert client helpdesk.
After assessing your risks, they will take care of the three areas needed to keep your firm safe:
- technology – includes on-site technology assessments, penetration testing and vulnerability scanning
- people – includes eLearning, testing and simulated phishing
- governance – includes policies, personalised staff cyber security handbook and company maintenance regime.
Read Mitigo’s free advice for your cybersecurity FAQs.
Got a cybersecurity question you want answering? Ask Mitigo by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Read their latest articles on the trending topics within the cybersecurity sector. Published by Mitigo staff who have a wealth of knowledge in this specialised topic.
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.
1 February 2021