Formed in 1995, ITC has its own dedicated secure operations centre in the heart of London. Our core services are divided into three business units – ITC Cyber Advisors, ITC Managed Security Services and ITC Global Advisors, and we support these with Secure Networking expertise.
In addition to these services, we also have access to an international group of senior security specialists, each of whom has held high office in either government or military intelligence services. This capability clearly sets us apart from our competitors in the cyber security arena.
We have an enviable client list that includes major global brands like BT, Coca Cola and Schroders, as well as organisations such as the Financial Conduct Authority. And we have established partner agreements with leading industry names, including Micro Focus and Cisco.
We take a real-world approach to cyber security – accepting that it’s not a case of ‘if’ but ‘when’ an organisation will suffer an incident – and work with our clients to ensure they are prepared for the constant and ever-changing cyber threats that will inevitably be directed at them. We also understand budgetary limitations, and strive to ensure our customers get the most out of their security investment.
OUR EXECUTIVE BOARD
Director of Business Development & Strategy
Chief Technology Officer
Chief Services Officer
Director, Cyber Risk
Cyber Security Director
Bira De Lima
Chief Operating Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Modern Slavery Statement
Modern slavery, as defined the Modern Slavery Act (MSA) 2015, can take many forms including trafficking of people, forced labour, servitude and slavery. ITC Global Security Ltd (ITC) recognises that all businesses have a responsibility to prevent modern slavery within their business and the supply chain through which they operate. ITC recruits permanent, fixed term contract and temporary staff.
The Policy – Although ITC is not required to comply with the Modern Slavery Act (MSA) 2015, ITC is committed to taking all reasonable measures it can to prevent modern slavery within our business. To conduct business with us, ITC requires that our contractors, suppliers and other business partners are equally committed to the prevention of Modern Slavery. We recognise that we do not control the conduct of individuals and organisations in our supply chain.
Process – All candidates are subject to strict compliance checks. We commit to checking the identity and eligibility to work in the UK of all candidates. We take reasonable steps to identify potential risks and ensure the integrity of our supply chain. Our due diligence checks ensure that ITC is compliant with all relevant legislations and we continue to review our processes to ensure compliance is maintained.
As part of this process we have added a new Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy. The ITC Board has overall responsibility for ensuring the new policy complies with our legal and ethical obligations and that all those under our control comply with it. A designated officer has primary and day-to-day responsibility for implementing the new policy and monitoring its use and effectiveness.