"Accidents do far more damage in peoples’ homes each year versus robberies or arsons. The same idea is true in the cybersecurity space," said Bart McDonough.
InvestmentNews interviews Bart McDonough on his expertise of third-party risks for financial advisers.
Bart McDonough, CEO of Agio, discusses the tools, technologies and skillsets that treasury teams must adapt to mitigate hack/breach risks, detect threats and respond to attacks.
CEO Bart McDonough shares his thoughts and best practices for fintech firms.
Agio’s announcement follows a decision by the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) on April 16 to issue a formal risk alert listing notable deficiencies among firms’ efforts to comply with Regulation S-P.
Agio has enhanced the firm's SEC cybersecurity mock audit service to evolve and address the SEC OCIE's recent April 2019 Risk Alert.
CEO Bart McDonough joins Jim Blasingame to report on using two-factor authentication, bad actors targeting small businesses, and other cybersecurity challenges.
CEO Bart McDonough shares his thoughts on the new regulatory framework with InvestmentNews.
The award comes after the organization recorded the highest number of new sales bookings by any solution provider for AT&T's Cybersecurity Partner Program since joining in 2018.
PYMNTS.com interviews CEO Bart McDonough to gain insight on the growing cyber threats facing the financial services industry.
Procurement of specialist managed IT business augments Agio's ability to support clients in the public cloud, and deepens expertise across the entire managed IT spectrum.
CEO Bart McDonough shares his cybersecurity expertise with Atlanta Small Business Network on how to lower cyber risks and prevent breaches.
Pensions & Investments features CEO, Bart McDonough in their “Industry Voices” column on cybersecurity governance for institutional investors.
Bart McDonough shares tips with FoxBusiness on how parents can protect their child's personal information.
Bart McDonough, author of the book, “Cyber Smart,” and CEO of cybersecurity consulting firm Agio, pointed out that the “nebulous nature” of cybercrime stokes a “general feeling of helplessness” when it comes to defending yourself and your family against cybercrime.