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Your product is gaining traction and your services are increasingly popular with consumers, who rely on you to keep their funds and personal data safe. But as the range of products and services provided by fintech companies increases, so do the risks to your information security.
Information security risk management comes alongside heavy accountability obligations from regulatory frameworks to protect customers’ personal data, and has strengthened the need for effective cybersecurity policies that won’t stretch your resources.
Data breaches when they happen can have disastrous consequences for a fintech company, with loss of reputation and hefty fines, causing a dent in progress, if not forcing the company to suspend its operation. That’s why it is vital to get ahead of your cybersecurity needs as soon, and as thoroughly, as possible.
We help our clients to see the big picture, securing companies rather than just networks, implementing agile cybersecurity consulting practices focused on People-Processes-Technologies in a close alignment with our clients’ business needs.
We will support your team to protect your clients’ most sensitive assets, help you assess your products and platforms for security vulnerabilities, and create strong processes and procedures to keep them safe and secure.
We understand the fintech ecosystem and the regulatory requirements you work with. We ensure that the systems we create both meet those requirements and demonstrate your commitment to security to your stakeholders. We help you create a strong audit trail, including designing the security documentation that supports your information security and data protection activities. Our professionals are always on hand to help you ensure that you are compliant with information security and data protection regulations and assist you to facilitate the conversation with regulators.
As your information security partners, we help you demonstrate good security practices, and support you in working with clients and third parties, always ensuring you address their specific security needs.
Our flexible pricing structure, highly personalised service, and the ability to get things done with little interruption to your daily work, make us the ideal partners to help you stay safe, prepare for and pass external audits, and comply with industry standards, regulations, and best practices, including GDPR, ISO 27001, and SOC2.
Outsource your information security/ data protection governance and compliance to our experienced professionals.
Assess your company's compliance with industry regulations and your clients' specific security needs, which may be different to your own. Develop strategies to achieve compliance.
Create a security strategy for your cloud driven services and products, including protection measures, and continuity plans.
Thoroughly evaluate the security posture of your applications and systems with simulated real-life tactics.
Protect the personal data you process; demonstrate accountability by creating a comprehensive data protection framework, supported by appropriate internal procedures.
Receive guidance and support through the journey of information security standards certification.
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You care about your information security, so do we. We support you and your team to enhance your organisation’s information security posture to a level that is appropriate for you at any given time. At Cynance we breathe, eat, and sleep cybersecurity, applying our experience and knowledge to solve even the most complex security problems. Contact us now and take a step to improve your information security.
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