Cyber Security

Secure everything: Security needs to transform to keep pace with users, apps and data that are changing due to mobility and IoT.

Protect the brand and customer trust

The constantly changing cyber security landscape makes it hard for organisations to keep pace and actively secure systems end-to-end against current threats. It makes it even harder if you don’t have expert resources, knowledge or skills within your internal team.

Protect your brand with certified security services on-demand or as managed services.

Partner with a provider who can provide expertise in the flexible terms that you require. Ensure that they have proven capability and that they are ISO27001 and ISO9001 certified.

With an ever-growing list of cyber threats, it’s crucial that you have the security posture to actively manage current threats.

Why CSA?

We never fail to deliver the right solution. Where others talk, we deliver.

Enabler of two-speed IT. We can run your technology and help you innovate with technology.

Partner with technology leaders so you’ll always get best-in-class.





Recent Blog Posts

Meltdown and Spectre: everything you need to know

Matthew Flanagan tells you everything you need to know about Meltdown and Spectre attacks - and everyone needs to pay attention! What is Meltdown and Spectre? The Meltdown and Spectre attacks exploit a feature in modern CPU’s called speculative execution to retrieve...

CSA Recognised by Palo Alto Networks as a NextWave Platinum Partner

September 2017: We are proud to announced that we have become a Palo Alto Networks® NextWave Platinum Channel Partner. CSA joins a select group of channel partners who have met the Platinum Partner performance, capabilities and business requirements of the Palo Alto...

Petya/NotPetya attack hits Australia – Recommended mitigations

Matthew Flanagan and Leon Slattery recommend mitigations to the Petya/NotPetya ransomware attack  A new ransomware campaign was launched overnight that has been dubbed “Petya”. The initial vector for infection appears to be via a malicious document attached to a...

Making sense of the WannaCry Ransomware attack

Matthew Flanagan and Leon Slattery makes sense of the WannaCry Ransomware attack – asking what it means for you In mid-May 2017 we saw a global instance of a Cryptolocker-style ransomware attack, known generally as WannaCry. The CSA Security team has been assessing...

You have until February 2018 to prepare for mandatory data breach notifications

Leon Slattery looks at the recent legislation – and you will be surprised at what you need to get done by February next year! Many people tend to automatically connect data breaches with being hacked. And that includes many in the IT industry. The time has come for a...

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