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It is always best to use our contact us form as this gathers the basic information required for us to follow up with you. If you specify the best time to call we will call at your requested time otherwise it will be the next business day.

Yes, we can help with regular penetration testing and reporting services that make and keep you aware of any issues you ought to address. It’s an important strategy and very cost effective with IT Security.org

Contact us via our contact form and we will follow up with you next business day.

Yes, Our experts can help with systems such as..

  • ISO 27001 (Information Security)
  • 9001 (Quality Management)
  • 14001 (Environmental Management)
  • 45001 (Health & Safety Management)
  • 22301(Business Continuity Management)

And many more.

Furthermore, we support organisations with regulatory compliance, such as GDPR, HIPAA, and various audit activities (internal, supplier and external), and training.

Contact us via our contact form and we will follow up with you next business day.

It is always best to use our contact us form as this gathers the basic information required for us to follow up with you, If you specify the best time to call we will call at your requested time otherwise it will be the next business day

Our form is located here https://total-risk-management.com/contactus

Yes, we can help with regular penetration testing and reporting services that make and keep you aware of any issues you ought to address. It’s an important strategy and very cost effective with IT Security.org

Contact us via our contact form and we will follow up with you next business day https://total-risk-management.com/contactus

Yes, Our experts can help with systems such as..

ISO 27001 (Information Security)

9001 (Quality Management)

14001 (Environmental Management)

45001 (Health & Safety Management)

22301(Business Continuity Management) and many more.

Furthermore, we support organizations with regulatory compliance, such as GDPR, HIPAA, and various audit activities (internal, supplier and external), and training.

Contact us via our contact form and we will follow up with you next business day https://total-risk-management.com/contactus

We take our orders over the phone after discussing your work requirements, so the process is

Review our services and note the reference number for the service you’re looking for

Complete our contact form so we can call you back

We will call you to discuss the service and the best way for it to be delivered

We’ll pass your details to our expert

Our expert will call you directly, to discuss the work and when it when it will be delivered and what the results will be

We will follow up with you again once the work job is complete

Cyber risks are the financial loss, disruption or damage to the reputation of an organisation from some sort of failure of its information technology systems.

Cyber incidents can be created by numerous actors with a variety of motivations. Generally speaking these can fit into four categories.

1. Malicious external actors. This could be a criminal with a profit motive based on the value of confidential information, a politically motivated group of hacktivists seeking to cause disruption, or terrorists seeking to use technology to create physical consequences.

2. Malicious actors also exist inside companies and may either be individuals with highly technical knowledge or access, or simply an employee approached by a criminal with a bribe to steal data, introduce malicious code, or just provide physical access.

3. Employees also create cyber scenarios through human error via clicking on the link in a phishing email, leaving a laptop in the airport, connecting to insecure Wi-Fi networks or failing to check the security credentials of an unfamiliar individual on a work site.

4. External accidents can happen too, particularly via the vast web of vendors that modern companies rely upon. 

As the threat of hacking and cyber-attacks on the databases of all organisations grows, so has the uptake of cyber insurance policies. When buying a policy it’s important to know exactly what’s covered.

War, invasion and insurrection
Most commercial property and liability policies exclude damage resulting from these events, as well as terrorism.

Patent, software and copyright infringement
This is typically covered by intellectual property insurance forms, and not by a cyber policy. 

Bodily injury and property damage
This coverage is typically excluded in cyber insurance as a person cannot be physically injured by having their data exposed when your business’s database is infiltrated.

Failure to take required security measures
When applying for a cyber policy, the application will include a number of questions regarding the steps you’ve taken to safeguard your data. If it is later discovered that you have failed to implement these security measures an insurer might deny the claim.

Employment-related claims
These are mostly covered by an employment practices liability insurance policy, and are therefore excluded from a cyber-liability policy. 

Firstly we will source an expert who can carry out the work in your area and discuss any specific terms with you
If you’re happy to proceed we will pass you details to the expert to follow up with you.
Our expert will then call you and discuss the scope of the work job in greater details, when it can be done and the results you should expect
Once complete, we follow up and ensure everything went to plan.

Frequently asked questions

Your questions answered. We’ve put together some commonly ask questions to give you some more information about us and our services. If you have question that you can’t find the answer to, please get in touch.

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