I didn't Invent the Wheel...

…But I am suggesting security professionals replace spreadsheets with a better way - I've been the caveman to the right for too long.

When managing security risks three things are important:

  1. Keep it simple – and help your organisation understand the “why” through involvement

  2. Link risks to mitigating measures. Keep it simple and scalable, and

  3. Put effort into implementing those measures. This is where you add value and reduce risk

We are trying to give security professionals an updated overview across multiple sites and allow you to involve the organisation (back to the “why”) by delegating and measuring on the implementation of measures in one single platform. If you are curious about how we do that please contact us for a demo at www.humanrisks.com or send me a message.

Lucky for us, not all say “No thanks!” One of our customers - a major player in the food industry with sites in most parts of the world – said this about Human Risks in a recent interview:

» Human Risks enables us to decentralise the security risk management process, which helps us empower local management to take ownership. It increases the effect of what we are doing and reduces our costs substantially.

 Sometimes it feels like being a caveman suggesting his peers try something new…

Sometimes it feels like being a caveman suggesting his peers try something new…