Mitigate, Mitigate’s internal security monitoring and GCHQ-certified training delivery package, has been accepted for listing on the UK Government’s G-Cloud 11 framework.
Mitigate Cyber Security co-hosted an exective roundtable to discuss pressing cyber security concerns on June 13th in Manchester, alongside IT service provider summ.it and insurance broker A&B. Attending were subject matter experts such as Det Ch Supt Neil J. Jones, Police Lead at the Manchester Digital Security Centre, alongside SME owners and IT professionals representing sectors ranging from legal to retail.
Mitigate Cyber Security are happy to introduce a brand new, redesigned Web site. The new site features a cleaner, clearer design and is fully responsive to all device screen sizes.
Mitigate Cyber Security is proud to announce that it is now a member of the UK Chapter of CREST following a rigorous assessment of its business processes, data security and security testing methodologies, further demonstrating the high level of cyber security expertise within the company.
Mitigate Cyber Security is proud to announce that it has been listed on the international Cyber Start-Up Observatory’s UK Cyberslide, ‘an initiative to highlight all the cybersecurity startups and innovative established companies with solutions for the financial services, healthcare, e-commerce, education, critical infrastructures, manufacturing and law enforcement & intelligence agencies verticals.’
Mitigate are proud to present Mitigate, an innovative internal risk mitigation solution featuring training certified by the UK’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ). Mitigate calculates and …
Mitigate Cyber Security have been a Cyber Essentials certification body for QG Management since October 2014 and APMG since August 2017. We are known as …
Mitigate Cyber Security, developers of the innovative and market-leading Mitigate cyber security solution aimed at helping organisations to better manage and reduce internal business risk …
This week, we have been accepted as an Associate Member of the UK Council for Child Internet Safety (UKCCIS).
Giving away too much information about yourself online can be used by criminals as a tool to defraud you. The Dark Web is a topic, and an area of the Internet, that we feel the public should be aware of.