Australia has recently seen some troubling activity in the cybersecurity sphere. Now is the time to make sure your organisation is secure. Arrange a discussion today to see how we can help protect your business.
On your authority we can:
There is no rewind button. If your systems are comprimised, its too late to reverse time.
Work towards PCI DSS or ISO 27001 compliance
Ensure your sensitive data remains yours
We can help remedy security threats quickly
In a nutshell, we will deliberatly try to gain access to your network and report how we did it
We scan your network for known vulnerabilities and report on remediation.
These cases are perfectly simple and easy to distinguish. In a free hour power.
We are wholly Australian owned with our Network Operating Center here on Australian soil. We provide experienced and qualified Australian consultants that can help you work towards ISO 27001 by performing risk assessments, identifying security vulnerabilities, implementing preventative measures, compiling documentation and assist with ongoing maintenance and monitoring.
We analyse your network looking for vulnerabilities. Heed Networks performs internal, external and segmentation tests to give you a 360-degree view and full visibility and understanding of how adversaries could take advantage of your network.
We identify vulnerabilities in your web applications and business/programmatical logic. We uncover weaknesses with automated and manual means and report on our findings. With more and more API's in use, this is most certainly a crucial area.
We can test the effectiveness of your security processes by social engineering. This is where we use your staff to try and get information without them, even knowing. We make sure to do this ethically and without causing distress.
We look for flaws in the security of your WiFi network that could be used to gain unauthorised access. We look for potentially sensitive information that can broadcast on your network.
We are flexible in our engagement, although our services could look something like: