Your risk is our business, choose wisely

“Life is more about risk management than the exclusion of risk”
Walter Wriston

Emmhan Risk Management understands that maintaining management efficiency and productivity level is critical to any business operations. That’s why Emmhan Risk Management maximizes the usage of regulatory policies, standardized procedures, and industry best practices to determine and monitor possible risks to ensure that organizations are safe and secure to allow your business to grow.

Let Emmhan Risk do the work for you by spearheading the management of your compliance and regulatory requirements, while placing emphasis on the importance of risk management and security defense. Emmhan is passionate about delivering a targeted and risk-based approach to a diverse client base and is committed to distinguishing IT risks while conceptualizing sustainable and effective solutions.

At Emmhan Risk Management, the goal is to cultivate the highest standard of organizational excellence with the utmost emphasis on client service and satisfaction.

Trusted By The Best

We often worry (with good reason) about outside threats like cyberattacks and spam, but it is important to remember that simple human error and carelessness are the causes of so many security incidents. There are always malicious people out there looking for compromised defense.

Criminals work hard every day to find new ways to steal information, and they are always waiting in the wings for us to slip up. We could try to give you a checklist of risks to watch out for, but the risks are changing all the time.

Cyber-attacks are a growing concern for small and medium sized businesses, so learn about the threats and how to protect yourself. Emmhan Provides resources, information, training, and risk assessments to help companies and institutions improve cyber readiness and comply with regulatory requirements.

How it works

Instead of just doing Risk Management the way we always have, we must first ask ourselves some fundamental and fundamentally important questions. Here are a few of the most basic:

  • What’s the asset we need to protect?
  • What’s the risk associated with that asset?
  • Who’s responsible for that risk?
  • How should we mitigate the risk, and how should we respond if the risk becomes a reality?