Make company standards easy to follow and implement with Human Risks

Human Risks makes it easy for companies to put their security risk management policies and procedures into action with:

  • Standard templates

  • Rating definitions

  • Automatically suggested threats and treatments

  • Implementation tools

Want to see how much better your security risk management could be? Sign up for a free trial today

Human Risks Enters the Health & Safety Arena

Risk management disciplines are converging so from next week you will be able to report and manage both Security and Health & Safety incidents on our platform and mobile app!

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Health&Safety incident reporting

We want to help organizations have an updated overview, which is why reporting of incidents and near misses is crucial to effective mitigation.

Next week we launch our first version of an independent Health&Safety Incident Reporting Module - the picture above shows how you can pinpoint the location of an injury.

The New Platform is Live!

Our platform has been updated to meet the challenges of new technologies!

Our system has been optimised for vast quantities of data and statistical analysis preparing us for exploiting machine learning and AI to improve the platform’s capabilities.

The platform’s look & feel has also been updated and is now easier than ever to navigate and use. Optimized for tablets the full suite of features can be used when on the go!


Our new dashboard gives you a comprehensive overview!

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  • Risk assessments that automatically match threats with mitigating measures.

  • Distribute your (white labelled) mitigating measures across your organisation containing text, files and videos.

  • Manage all recurring tasks (training, inspections, reviews etc.) providing you with a complete audit trail.

  • A report module that allows your organisation to report any incidents and gives you a visual overview.

  • An external data feed that keeps you updated in real-time on global events.

  • A mobile app to manages audits and report incidents - integrated with device’s GPS and camera.

  • A best-in-class cloud security and two-factor authentication.

And now a dashboard that ties it all together:

  • Upcoming and exceeded deadlines.

  • Efficiency in implementing mitigating measures.

  • High-level risks that are not mitigated.

  • Recent security incidents in the vicinity of your facilities.

If you are managing security risks this tool gives you a live overview of the entire process, is easy to use, and affordable to acquire. Our clients are all from the top tier of their industries and have in common that they needed a tool to help them take a risk-based approach to decision making, get a clear overview of their risks and measures, and reduce costs.

Does it come in your company’s colours? Yes, of course. A white label solution is part of the package.

Incident reporting with our app!

It is time to bring you great news again - now you can report incidents in our app as easy as 1-2-3!

1 - Select incident

2 - Give a short description

3 - Click submit

...and the app takes care of the rest; adds location & date and you can add photos with your device’s camera. On our web platform, you can search and filter across all incidents and get the total overview on the dashboard - Reach out for a demo...

Total Overview - Always Updated! 

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Cybersecurity of SaaS-Solutions

There is - for many good reasons - much talk about cybersecurity and if you are not an expert (which I am certainly not - but I have skilled people helping me with this) it can be difficult to navigate the jungle of technical terms and assess the vulnerabilities and level of risk in what is a multi-billion ($) industry.

In our company information security is something we take extremely serious since our product and only distribution channel is online, which is why protecting our customers' data is embedded in everything we do - the life of our company depends on it.

Without getting too deep into technical jargon the protection of data in Software as a Service is primarily centred around three entities and the connections between them; 1) the hosting environment, 2) the vendor's internal set-up and 3) the end-users’ IT-environment.

If your SaaS-vendor is using one of the top two or three hosting partners you are sure they adhere to the most rigorous security requirements on hosting but you should also explore if:

  • APIs and connections are encrypted (AES 256)

  • all databases are encrypted and decrypted in real time

  • how often backups are done

  • a redundant set-up/offsite replica (a secondary mirroring of the data, which can take over if the first goes down) is in place, which is not given unless your vendor specifically has chosen that solution (and pays for it)

  • the vendor’s own access to the production database is limited i.e. to on-premise IP-numbers to ensure that access to the most vulnerable point is restricted and that both the digital and physical access to computers are managed carefully.

One element that is out of the vendor’s control is the customer’s behaviour and systems. The UK Government provides us with good advice on 5 actionable cybersecurity controls provided by The National Cyber Security Centre.

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The two-factor authentication mentioned in advice number 2 is an effective way to close a gap where the vulnerability of the user potentially can have big (read: extreme) impact. You probably know it from payment systems where you have to receive a code on your mobile device before being able to complete a transfer.

At Human Risks, we have implemented two-factor authentication free of charge for our customers to use so that we are as certain as we possibly can be that it is the right person with the right authorisation to log in to our platform. With two-factor authentication, we have reduced the risk of negligent password behaviour being exploited substantially and closed a potential vulnerability on our customers’ side.

Any important points about the vulnerabilities of SaaS and how to mitigate them I have left out? If so - don't hesitate to comment.

If you are interested you can download our IT Security White Paper here...

New Compliance App From Human Risks

A recurring control is the only way to ensure that things are as they should be. It can be a review of procedures, training courses, maintenance tasks, an inspection of security measures or a random spot check to make sure that IT-security procedures are being followed.

We have made it easy to manage all types of controls and document compliance with our new app!

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Simply create a control, add a responsible, a start date and frequency and you are ready to go. The responsible person is notified in advance and the control can be completed using our new mobile app.

The app will be available in a few weeks and can be used as a stand-alone product or as an integrated part of our platform's risk management features.

Pricing is at a level where every organisation can afford to get in control.

Human Risks…Total Overview - Always Updated!

Feature news from Human Risks!

We have been busy at Human Risks during the summer preparing a handful of new features that I'm quite excited to share with you - here's just a few...



Templates - Turn your mitigating measures into templates that can be distributed and managed across your organisation. Mitigations are automatically suggested to counter relevant threats in your risk assessments and you can manage implementation by assigning responsibility and setting deadlines. If you need inspiration on security measures you can download best practice security policies, procedures and guidelines from our growing library.


Audits - Add recurring controls to your mitigating measures that automatically generate audits and notify the responsible when it is time to complete them (e.g. the yearly evacuation drill, monthly perimeter inspection, maintenance tasks etc.). This feature gives you a visual overview of all audits, remarks & follow-ups and whether they are "on schedule" or have exceeded their deadline.


Incident Reports - We've done a re-design of our incident reports front page that allows you to pull statistics on global security incidents from our constantly updated data feed from the experienced analysts at Riskline and your organisation's internal incident reports

I'll follow up with individual posts on each feature and share some thoughts on why they are important when managing security risks...

Oh - and I nearly forgot the app - It'll allow you to complete audits on the go from a phone or tablet and will hit the app stores in a few months... I'll keep you posted!