Protect yourself from today’s rapidly emerging threats with best practice cybersecurity tailored to your business needs.
Cybersecurity tailored to your business needs.
In today’s online world, businesses must protect themselves and their customers from fraud and malicious activity, but with ever-evolving threats, it can be hard to keep on top of this business-critical need. The risk to your business is high, with current Australia’s Notifiable Data Breach legislation, you may be risking more than your data. Your business may face significant financial penalties and damage to your reputation.
Trukind’s cybersecurity services ensure your defences align with best practice and protect your business from new threats. We can also help you to understand your reporting requirements, and ensure you have the right structure in place to accurately report data breaches.
Our services include:
We take a detailed approach, that assess not only your current level of protection but also how prepared you are for reporting breaches to provide best practice recommendations that will protect from current and emerging threats.
End point protection
Anti-virus software, known as end-point protection, is a critical part of your security framework, but it’s critical you choose the right one. Our expert team can help you navigate your options and make the right choice for your business.
Best practice solutions
Cybersecurity can be complex, and there is no single solution to keep your business on the front foot. We take a multi-layered approach, that aligns with the Australian Cyber Security Centre’s Essential Eight Maturity Model, a best practice framework that ensures you have the strongest possible line of defence for your business.
Email and cloud security
Email threats are on the rise, with a range of SPAM, phishing, and malware attacks occurring regularly, and they can be effective vectors for cyberattacks as it can come down to individual employee error or confusion. We can help you implement the right solution to protect your team and your business.
Alongside the technology, it’s critical that your staff are aware of the very real threat of cyberattack and understand their role in protecting your business and how and what they need to report.