Cybersecurity

Cyber crime is rampant and every business is a target. With cybersecurity now on the boardroom agenda, keep your organisation safe with the right strategy, tools and experts on your side. 

Audit

The first step is to get a clear picture of your current security posture with a cybersecurity audit. Our security experts will audit your organisation before presenting a report on our findings and a roadmap of recommendations to better protect your organisation. 

Learn more about how our IT Management services can help plan and deliver cybersecurity improvements. 

 

Implementation

Our security experts will work with you to implement systems, processes and best practices to protect your organisation from cyber criminals and security breaches. 

Learn more about how we implement IT projects.

Response

Cybersecurity threats are not only increasing in scale, but evolving in sophistication. As new threats emerge or security breaches occur our experts are on hand to respond quickly and effectively to keep your business safe.

Learn more about how Managed IT Services can help with cybersecurity response. 

Understanding Cybersecurity Risk

Financial Risk

Cyber-attacks are almost always motivated by financial gain.  Whether it be a generic ransomware infection or a more targeted spear-phishing campaign, the bad actors are always looking for a payday at your expense, and given that most cyber attacks are carried out at scale, irrespective of size, industry or profile, your organisation is a likely target. 

Reputational Risk

Following a security breach there’s a very real risk that your organisation will suffer a loss of reputation and credibility with clients, suppliers and even staff. This is particularly true if you operate in areas such as finance or healthcare or are subject to the Australian government’s Mandatory Data Breach Notification. 

Disruption Risk

Most cybersecurity breaches will result in some degree of disruption to business operations, ranging from relatively minor right up to catastrophic.  Given what’s at stake it’s no surprise that cybersecurity is now on the boardroom agenda and business leaders are committing considerable resources to keep their organisations safe. 

 “Their job is to deliver a solution, and they do it well. Their security guys make sure it is done correctly, and they keep us up-to-date along the way.”

George Blake

IT & Systems Manager, Westside Corporation

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