CEO, Bart McDonough explains why it's important to prepare a robust response plan in the event of a breach.
On the day GDPR goes live, Bloomberg's David Westin and Julia Chatterley, interview CEO, Bart McDonough on the impact the regulation has on the financial industry.
InfoSecurity quotes CEO Bart McDonough on the importance of passwords, as GitHub’s recent breach hits the news.
TechRepublic’s Dan Patterson interviews CEO Bart McDonough on the best ways for businesses and consumers to shut down the top cyber-threats.
Agio announced today that it will launch Agio SkySuite, a fully-hosted public cloud productivity and cybersecurity suite tailored for small and emerging alternative investment firms.
CEO, Bart Mcdonough, was quoted in an Ignites article, titled “SEC Issues New Guidance for Reporting Cyber Incidents, Risks,” which discusses the new 24-page document expanding upon 2011 guidance issued by the SEC.
As the industry sheds the limitations of the private cloud and moves toward the agility of the public cloud, Agio's service provides the expertise necessary to migrate, secure, optimize, and manage client environments in the public cloud.
In the September issue of HFMTechnology, CEO, Bart McDonough is featured in an interview on the public cloud and Agio’s soon-to-launch service offering.
The enhanced user experience makes it easier for visitors to learn more about who the firm is, its culture, Agio’s solutions, as well the company’s focus on servicing their core markets – financial services, health care, and the payments industries.
With this achievement, Agio is now approved to provide services using the HITRUST CSF.
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Agio, the progressive managed infrastructure and cybersecurity firm, specializing in the alternative asset management space, found that high-stakes investors were shying away from the uncompensated risk of a cyberattack.
Inc. magazine today announced Agio has landed on its 34th annual Inc. 5000
In June 2014, Keith McMurtry, financial corporate controller for Scoular Co. lost $17 million of the company’s money.