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New software platform ThreatAware launches to “transform cybersecurity”

New software platform ThreatAware has launched in London in a bid to “transform cybersecurity” by allowing managers to monitor the whole of their security from one single screen.

ThreatAware has been launched by serial entrepreneurs Steve Thomson and Jon Abbott, co-founders of London-based MSP, Priority One. Thomson is also the founder of data analytics specialist Ebiquity plc.

ThreatAware brings together cybersecurity tools and company-wide compliance procedures on an easy-to-use dashboard, which alerts users to threats, makes clear what actions need to be taken by whom and ensures they are followed up.

ThreatAware promises a “complete framework to help businesses safeguard their operation and comply with GDPR and cybersecurity standards”. The tool also promises to save time for IT staff by allowing them to check that managers in other departments are aware of and fulfilling their responsibilities.

“Despite the ever-increasing focus on cybersecurity, until now there has been no one product to show a business the current state of its protection. ThreatAware saves IT managers having to collect and interpret data from multiple security programs and allows them to see the whole picture at a glance,” said Jon Abbott, CEO of ThreatAware.

“All too often cyber security is seen as the preserve of the IT department yet in reality it’s a company-wide challenge. By bringing together tools, people and processes on one screen, ThreatAware co-ordinates the roles of people throughout the business, ensuring everyone plays their part.”

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