Cyber Security

Cyber Risk Management

Cyber Security East Geebung
cyber resilience

Threat detection & prevention

Cyber Security is a constantly changing landscape typified by a rapidly increasing threat to businesses large and small. It is no longer a case of if you will be subjected to a cyber attack but when. Threat detection and prevention will always be essential but your holy grail for cyber risk management is cyber resilience. IT Masters can help your business prepare for, respond to and recover from cyber attacks by leveraging the best cloud, hardware and software technology available to ensure that your operations are as secure as possible.

Our Cyber Security Services include:

Risk Management – we can develop a cyber security program to fit with your business so that you can make effective operational and security decisions.

Data Security – Protect your critical from unauthorised access and corruption. We can assist in finding the best solution to secure your data either in the cloud on premise to ensure your business resilience in the even of a disaster.

Network Infrastructure – Protect your underlying network infrastructure by installing preventative measures to ensure that only the right people are accessing the right resources at the right time and for the right reason. We proactively work with your network design to mitigate risk and minimise unnecessary points of exposure.

End User Education – The biggest risk to your organisation’s information security is the inaction of employees. Human error is a major point of weakness and reports show that as much as 90% of cyberattacks are caused by human behaviour. We can supply cybersecurity training for your team to understand their responsibilities, learn how to protect sensitive data and recognise the signs of malicious threats.

Here are just some of the cyber statistics from The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC)

Here are just some of the cyber statistics from The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC)

2020 -2021 Financial Year the ASCS Observed:

  • Over 67,500 cybercrime reports, an increase of nearly 13 per cent from the previous financial year.
  • Self-reported losses from cybercrime total more than $33 billion.
  • Approximately one quarter of reported cyber security incidents affected entities associated with Australia’s critical infrastructure.
  • Over 1,500 cybercrime reports of malicious cyber activity related to the coronavirus pandemic (approximately four per day).
  • More than 75 per cent of pandemic-related cybercrime reports involved Australians losing money or personal information.
  • Nearly 500 ransomware cybercrime reports, an increase of nearly 15 per cent from the previous financial year.
  • Fraud, online shopping scams and online banking scams were the top reported cybercrime types.
  • An increase in the average severity and impact of reported cyber security incidents, with nearly half categorised as ‘substantial’.

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