Cyber Security

85% of successful data breaches involve phishing as a method of initial compromise.

(Source: Verizon, “2022 Data Breach Investigations Report”)

Cyber Security

Cybersecurity refers to the practice of protecting internet-connected systems, including hardware, software, and data, from attack, damage, or unauthorised access. This includes a wide range of technologies, processes, and practices designed to defend against cyber threats, such as hacking, malware, phishing, and other forms of cybercrime.


Our multi-layered security solution protects from major attack vectors, while also utilising a robust cloud backup strategy for added redundancy.

Security | Framework | Mitigation

The Essential 8 is a cybersecurity framework developed by the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD). It consists of eight mitigation strategies that organisations can implement to defend against a broad range of cyber threats. The Essential 8 includes the following strategies:

  1. Application Control
  2. Patch application
  3. Configure settings
  4. User Application Hardening
  5. Restrict Admin Privileges
  6. Patch operating systems
  7. Multi- Factor Autherntication
  8. Regular Back-ups

Endpoint | Detection | Response

We deploy a cybersecurity solution designed to detect and respond to threats on endpoints such as laptops, servers, and mobile devices. EDR solutions typically use a combination of technologies such as endpoint protection agents, machine learning, and behavioural analysis to detect and respond to security threats in real-time. The primary goal of EDR is to provide organisations with the ability to detect, investigate, and remediate security incidents on endpoints, reducing the risk of data breaches and improving overall security posture. Some common features of EDR solutions include endpoint visibility, threat detection, incident response, and security analytics.

Phishing | Ransomware | Viruses

No single security product can protect from phishingviruses and ransomware, and that’s why our enterprise security suite protects your systems by using nine individual components.


By implementing these components, organizations can significantly reduce the risk of a successful malware attack and improve their overall security posture.

Local Backup | Cloud Backup | Versioning

No security strategy is 100% guaranteed to protect from all threats, which is why it will always be critical to have a comprehensive data management strategy.


We strongly encourage a combination of local and cloud backups, combined with versioning to ensure files, folders and entire data sets can be recovered from a variety of points in time.

Education | Awareness | Testing

Cybersecurity training is an essential element of any organisation’s security strategy. In today’s digital world, it’s crucial that organisations of all sizes ensure their staff are well-versed in cybersecurity best practices. Cybersecurity training is a key component in building a secure environment, as it educates employees on the importance of cyber hygiene, the latest threats, and how to respond to incidents. Cyberattacks are becoming more sophisticated and frequent, and the only way to stay ahead of the curve is to ensure your staff are well-versed in the latest best practices. Cybersecurity training is not just about teaching your staff how to use technology safely; it’s also about teaching them how to think critically about security. By providing employees with the necessary tools and knowledge, they’ll be able to identify potential risks, spot possible malicious activity, and respond appropriately to cyber incidents.

Additionally, cybersecurity training can help organizations build a culture of security.

Prevention | Detection | Recover

We can help you with your data recovery strategy, including preventiondetection and recovery processes.

The goal of a disaster recovery plan is to minimise the impact of a disaster on an organisation and to ensure that critical business functions can be resumed as quickly as possible. The disaster recovery plan typically includes steps for identifying and prioritising critical systems, procedures for data backup and restoration, procedures for communication with stakeholders, and contingency plans for alternate processing and data storage sites. The plan should also include regular testing and updating to ensure that it remains relevant and effective in the face of changing business needs and technology.