Transparent Technology Limited

Transparent Technology

Transparent Technology is George Klein's independent information security consultancy.

I am currently on a sabbatical so the following information will be gradually becoming outdated.


I have specialised in information security for over 30 years. My advice is business driven, appropriate, proportionate and cost effective.

I started in the electronics industry before moving to IT and then focusing on security. This has given me a sound technical background which I continue to build on. I have worked in industry, commerce, government and international organisations both in the UK and abroad; giving me business experience of a wide variety of organisations.

My experience ranges through:


Cyber Essentials certification CESG Certified Professional

TTL has a Cyber Essentials certification covering the whole organisation.

I was a member of the CESG Listed Advisor Scheme (CLAS) from its inception to its closure, and I am a CESG Certified Professional (CCP) in the following roles:

Having worked with APMG since before CCP entered its pilot phase, I am now an APMG accredited assessor for:

Security and Privacy

In an ideal world, everybody would be able to use the Internet with a reasonable expectation of privacy and security. However, the Internet is not a secure medium so there are limits to the extent that you or I can ensure privacy or security for either of us.

Neither of us have any control over traffic as it passes between us, or the content of other web sites.

There is no sensitive or personal data held on this website and no cookies, beacons or other tracking techniques are used. Use of this web server is logged and these logs are analysed.

TTL does not disclose any personal information to any other parties except where required to do so by law.

Browser compatibility

My test results show that some older, less fully-featured and/or less standards-compliant browsers don't manage to display this site as I intend it to look. Pages are still easy enough to read and use, so sorry if that is happening to you.