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Test.
Protect.
Trust.

 
 
 
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Penetration testing

Put your systems to the test
Whether you’re bringing a new product to market, or you’re integrating legacy systems, thorough local penetration testing, using the latest threats on the landscape makes sure that you’re meeting your security mandates, and keeping the trust of your customers.

 
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Application security testing

Bulletproof your apps
Keeping customer and staff data safe across your platforms is the focus of our testing. It also helps to ensure that the code written for the application does what it was built to do and keeps the contained data secure.

 
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Social hacking and engineering

Test for leaks, and find your weak spots
Knowing your weaknesses is key to building your security profile, and plugging the gap. Our Melbourne-based team are social engineering experts, helping you to protect your customers from data breach and other non-technical threats. 

 
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Security consulting

Prevention means planning
The security landscape is constantly shifting, and our team has evolved to meet your needs. Based locally, our consultants and engineers can work with you to build your security profile, identify threats and challenges, and design a solution that works for your organisation and your budget.

 
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Training and workshops

Get your team up to speed
Risk management is no longer the bosses job. But, until security trained, everyone on your team is a risk. Our training sessions help to make perceived risks real for everyone who deals with customer data, sensitive company information, or carries a work phone and computer.  

 
 
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How do you pick up a malicious online virus, the kind of malware that snoops on your data and taps your bank account? Often, it's through simple things you do each day without thinking twice.

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7 easy ways to avoid being hacked

1. Be suspicious of emails
2. Check link locations
3. Never open attachments (unless you’re really sure)
4. Use two-factor authentication
5. Use advanced passwords
6. Be wary of the Cloud
7. On public Wi-Fi? Don’t share personal data

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