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Where does IT rank in your risk management hierarchy?

IT risks manifest themselves in different ways and it's essential to recognise the symptoms. The Aussie Broadband team has worked across a wide range of enterprise security scenarios and can help your organisation understand where it's under-prepared and how to improve your risk management posture.

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Major risk factors

Help your organisation understand where it's under-prepared.

Security breaches or cyber attacks.

Often, it's not until disaster strikes that IT risks are examined with the rigor they need. However, your organisation is likely dealing with remediation, loss of productivity and a drop in revenue at that point.

The lesson to learn in the aftermath of a cyber attack or breach is that it pays to be proactive in managing IT risks. Specifically, ensuring that IT forms a crucial component of your organisation's risk management strategy through effective communication to stakeholders and infrastructure that insulates from future risks.

Our expert team can assist with setting a robust security platform that harnesses our cloud, endpoint security and data protection solutions to bolster your security posture.

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Little clarity on IT risks.

In order to implement a strong security posture you first need to take a look at your IT environment and assess where the holes are. This assessment should evaluate the organisation's systems, processes, and procedures to identify weaknesses that could be exploited by cyber criminals.

Aussie Broadband's security experts can provide an unbiased assessment of your organisation's IT infrastructure and offer recommendations for mitigating potential risks. This can include taking advantage of cloud technology and hardening endpoint and email security.

Our team can assist you in communicating IT vulnerabilities to stakeholders in your organisation and the countermeasures.

No IT risk management plan.

Once you've completed a thorough risk assessment, your organisation needs to develop an IT risk management plan to deal with future threats. This plan should include policies and procedures for identifying and responding to cyber threats as well as the security deployments you'll use to remediate potential damage.

In addition to helping you shape an IT risk management plan, our team can test and monitor the effectiveness of your updated strategy, including regular security audits and penetration testing to address potential weaknesses.

Aussie Broadband can also help your organisation plan for future incidents by assisting in the development of an incident response plan. This tactic helps enshrine IT threats into your wider risk management strategy and keeps it top of mind with stakeholders outside of IT.

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Tailored services to help develop an IT risk management plan.

Test and monitor the effectiveness of your updated strategy, including regular security audits and penetration testing to address potential weaknesses.

  • Managed Networks

    Support critical functions with high-performance networking.

    Boost the performance and efficiency of your network traffic with SD-WAN, Private IP, data centre connectivity, and hosted firewall.
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  • Managed Cloud

    Cloud technology hosted in Australian data centres.

    Increase security, control, and scalability in your IT environment with private cloud, data protection, and storage solutions.
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  • Managed Security

    Equip your workplace with enterprise-grade security solutions.

    Protect your data and insulate your environment from a wide range of cyber risks with robust email, endpoint, and firewall solutions.
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