Organisations are facing an unprecedented wave of cyber security attacks and cyber-crime; it’s become the defining business issue of this generation.
At the same time, the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulation due in 2018 will put significant additional responsibilities on organisations in data privacy and managing cyber risks effectively. That’s on top of the maximum fines of up to 4% of global turnover for breach and non-compliance.
We partner with Crossword Cybersecurity and City University to offer a low-cost online system that can help you to understand:
The online, question-based system, known as Rizikon, is designed for executives and technologists to work together on the twin problems of cyber security risk and GDPR. Based on research from City University and best practise, it’s updated monthly as information on new threats and risks becomes available, and includes information about GDPR as guidance evolves.
The customised report can be run again and again to check progress and understand new threats – providing visible and auditable Governance.
An annual subscription to Rizikon is available for only £400 + VAT to Macintyre Hudson customers. Which is a 20% discount – sign up using code MHAMH020 here
To get an idea of how it works, take either of the two free-to-use Quick Checks;
Or get in touch to discuss your cyber security needs.
Jason is an audit partner and joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson in January 2013 following the merger with HMT Assurance LLP. He joined HMT from KPMG in 2006 having had ten years of experience dealing with a wide variety businesses in the owner managed business group. This included privately owned SMEs together with subsidiaries of large listed groups. Jason was also involved in a number of specialist transaction support projects in his time at KPMG and has continued to perform financial due diligence and related services for his clients, often leading on into ongoing compliance and advisory relationships.
Jason enjoys the freedom of spending time with his clients to really understand their business and develop ways to help with all of their financial and wider business issues. Due to the nature of his portfolio, Jason has experience in a number of areas such as technical accounting and restructuring exercises. He is particularly focused on businesses undergoing change and preparing his clients to maximise the value from their business.
Jason has spent some time acting as Chief Finance Officer for one of his clients which he feels helps him understand what it is like ‘the other side of the fence’. He completed his MBA at Manchester Business School which was focused on SME organisations.
He also heads up the technology sector group for the firm and is also interested in hi-tech manufacturing as a sector.Get in touch with Jason Mitchell
Atul is the firm's National Sector Head for Manufacturing and Engineering and a member of the firm’s Management Board. Atul advises a variety of corporate clients in London and the home counties, with a focus on the manufacturing, life sciences and construction sectors.
Having been with the firm since 1998, he offers his clients sound forward thinking advice, particularly in relation to strategic planning, tax mitigation and group structures. Atul’s strength is to help clients with their challenges and provide innovative, joined-up solutions that help them succeed. Atul is retained as an adviser to the Board of Directors for many of his clients.Get in touch with Atul Kariya
With MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s support, our business has been very successful since we started three years ago. Simon Burke - Dalbergia Group
SilverLining UK very highly recommends MHA MacIntyre Hudson for all your company’s financial accounting needs.Our corporation has worked with MHA MacIntyre Hudson for the last 4 years. They are truly the best at what they do.They continually provide timely and excellent service and go ‘above and beyond' for their client. Their knowledge, communication skills and professional qualifications are of the highest quality and standards. SilverLining UK - Construction Sector