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Sekuro is a Great Place to Work - and that's official!
At Sekuro, we take care and pride in curating a culture which promotes our diversity, individual passions and development aspiration. Our collective values bring us together as one team to execute our mission.
Our fabulous team of passionate and committed people comes from diverse cultural backgrounds and countries across the world (including Australia, France, China, Japan, the U.K., India, Italy, Russia, Singapore, and more), making Sekuro a Great Place to Work® and a place where people feel accepted and included.
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Sekuro’s mission is to be our clients’ most trusted security partner. From the excellence of our delivery, to the integrity of our people, we put care into everything we do and see every client as a #clientforlife.
Trusted by leading organisations across the globe, Sekuro provides advice with accountability, assurance & compliance with credibility, digital transformation with the world’s best technology vendors, and managed services with insight and flexibility.
Sekuro Featured Services
Simulating potential attackers, the Offensive Security team will attempt to breach your security by combining intelligence gathering, social engineering, hacking, and physical intrusion.
How Can Companies Securely Enter Into the Cloud World?
In this white paper, gain insights into the benefits provided by Cloud Service Providers (CSPs), the key risks and challenges in adopting such services, and lastly, guidelines on addressing an organisation’s security requirements.
In a feature article for RetailBiz, Sekuro’s Customer CISO Lee Roebig discusses the importance of Zero Trust in improving cyber security for retail businesses.
Sekuro Latest News
In this article, our Chief People Officer, Peita Lane, shares her thoughts on the importance of proper onboarding processes, where putting in place practical training and formal knowledge-sharing session for all, including the contractors, is critical for an organisation’s success.
The Department of Home Affairs’ enforcement of the Critical Infrastructure Bil was only deemed “partly effective” by the Australian National Audit Office.
In this article by @CRN, our CISO, @Prashant Haldankar, shared his views and highlighted the importance of “effective enforcement” of the Critical Infrastructure Bill. This is where a hack of critical infrastructure assets has significant damages, which could wreak Australia in this current climate.
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