Mastercard provides businesses with free cybersecurity tools

Canadian small businesses receive free cybersecurity assessments until December 31, 2020

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Mastercard provides businesses with free cybersecurity tools. Source: pixabay.com

Mastercard’s company RiskRecon will help small businesses across Canada protect themselves during the coronacrisis. Since they moved their activities online, Canadian small businesses are currently facing greater exposure to cyber threats.

According to a statement, the RiskRecon cyberhealth assessment enables businesses to identify and address potential vulnerabilities in their systems. It allows small businesses to stay ahead of cybercriminals by monitoring and catching vulnerabilities early.

Small businesses are the lifeblood of our economy and now, more than ever, it’s vital that they are protected. Mastercard has a proud history of supporting small businesses in Canada and we’re building on that by providing free access to the resources small businesses need to safeguard their systems now and for the future
Sue Hutchison, senior vice president of Product, Digital and New Payments for Mastercard in Canada

We’ve reported that Pakistani digital wallet SadaPay and Mastercard have announced a partnership to carry out faster and safer domestic and cross-border transactions.

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