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Newrisk Limited is available to provide clients with a variety of services in order to identify and assess the relevant risks and tailor effective responses to ensure organisational and government continuity and protect related interests, including employees, the general public and the environment.

Organisations and governments are able to specifically request an individual service, be it a lecture on a particular area of expertise, a conference workshop or continuity planning advice. Alternatively, Newrisk Limited is available to provide an assessment of relevant risks (in anticipation of, or in response to, an incident), supported by workshops for directors and managers, preparedness exercises for employees and crisis communication training for those individuals interfacing with the media and general public.

The Exercise Group7

Newrisk is one of the founder members of The Exercise Group7 (TEG7), which provides exercises that are intended to build confidence and capability in workforces, assist morale and protect critical infrastructure components to ensure a sustainable work environment and workforce protection.  Tailored design of the scenario and exercise activities for clients supports deterrence, detection and delaying of hostile attacks.
The exercises proactively create defences from cyber and physical security attacks by hostile actors and focus on critical protection of personnel and key business and government operations, structures and reputation.  Founded by 7 people internationally renowned for responding to extreme threats to the public and critical infrastructure, CNI and business organisations and support personnel practising survival tactics across a number of contexts - including during travel to and from work, within local areas/buildings and within the office environment. 

For further details please contact Newrisk directly - Dr Sally Leivesley, Sally@Newrisk.com, Mobile +44 (0) 7974916470, Direct Line +44 2086603873 or click on the relevant service below or in the site menu:

To request a particular service or discuss a package tailored to suit your requirements, please contact Newrisk Limited directly.

Sally Leivesley


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          BREAKING NEWS

  • Security 2018
  • Cyber!

Walk-in attacks by terrorists with guns, improvised explosive devices, knives & other weapons are happening in 2018. France has started to suffer significant threats from attacks directed at police using vehicles & guns.  Heroic police actions to protect the public have united the country.  In England, an attack using Novichok nerve agent on the former Russian Spy Sergei Skripal in Salisbury  has increased business sensitivity to international tensions & unconventional weapons.

Regulatory compliance with GDPR will be the top challenge for companies in 2018.   Nation State, organised crime and individual hostile cyber actors can be mitigated by well-trained workforce teams & confident, adaptive & innovative leaders. Cloud & third party providers & insider threats add to the regulatory burden on business. When one mastermind criminal can take a billion dollars out of the financial sector in four years the scale of business losses to poor performance in cyber operations is obvious.  Energy, banking and transportation are high risk targets and organisations with static unchanging security practices are possible consequential victims.