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The five most important cyber issues an organisation should address first

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KYND introduces the five most important cyber issues an organisation should address into its KYND Start Report.

Priority recommendations to accelerate the mitigation of cyber risks identified in the KYND Start Report

KYND Limited, provider of pioneering cyber risk management products, today unveiled a new KYND Recommendations feature which is available to customers who purchase the full version of KYND Start.

KYND Recommendations provide clear and simple guidance on the five most important cyber issues that KYND has identified for a particular organisation. It gives an immediate list of priority actions that should be addressed to minimise the organisation’s cyber risk exposure and they are now included in every full KYND Start report.

KYND Start is a simple, standalone report showing the current cyber risks facing any organisation in a clear and easy to understand way, using only a company’s website name to provide instant results. Providing an accessible price-point for entry level or bulk use cyber risk management, it is currently being used by brokers, risk advisors and insurers globally.

Andy Thomas, CEO says “Our customers tell us they love the simplicity of the KYND Start report, which shows instantly the cyber risks facing a company. We also get asked ‘of the risks KYND has identified, which should be prioritised and be fixed first?’ and we quickly realised that putting together the five most important cyber risks together with recommendations of how they should be mitigated would really help our customers and I’m delighted to say this feature is now available within our KYND Start report”.

About KYND

Founded in March 2018 and headquartered in London with an office in Porto, KYND is a new breed of cyber company. Using its proprietary and pioneering technology, KYND now makes complex cyber risks simple to understand and manage for every organisation, regardless of size, means or industry sector.

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Issued by: KYND Limited
Contact: Melanie Hayes
Email: press@kynd.io
Web: kynd.io

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