Cybersecurity platform launched to help advisers monitor risk

Enables GDPR compliance

Hannah Godfrey
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ThreatAware has launched a platform designed to help advisers keep tabs on their online security and stay compliant with relevant regulation.

ThreatAware sets out to allow board members and senior managers to check the cybersecurity status of their critical systems and software, while staying in tune with their compliance policies and procedures. The software alerts users to threats, making it clear what actions need to be taken and by whom, while keeping records for compliance purposes. The software monitors a company's security tools, such as anti-virus, email and web software, which enables it to detect all devices connected to the network and identify users.  FCA warns asset management industry is facing cyber risks ...

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