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Sekuro is your leading cyber security and digital transformation partner.

Reducing risk. Building business resilience. Enabling fearless innovation.

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.

Why Sekuro?

It’s fairly simple.

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 works with CIOs and CISOs to take a strategic approach to cyber security risk mitigation and digital transformation. Operating at the intersection of the digital technologies and cyber security industries, Sekuro reduces cyber risk while new technologies are adopted – ultimately building business resiliency and enabling fearless innovation.

Sekuro Featured Services

Secure Cloud design & build

We will design, build, secure, and optimise public, private, and hybrid cloud platforms.

Offensive Security

Simulating potential attackers, the Offensive Security team will attempt to breach your security by combining intelligence gathering, social engineering, hacking, and physical intrusion.

Zero Trust Strategy

Sekuro Zero Trust Strategy is a comprehensive solution for securing all access to your data, apps and environment, regardless of user, device, or location.

Ransomware Readiness Assessment

Sekuro’s Ransomware Readiness Assessment enables your organisation to understand gaps and remediate ransomware exposure risk with this common and growing risk.

Sekuro Insights

Sekuro Great Place to Work

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.

Women in Security

Women in Security: Sekuro CGO Shamane Tan

Our CGO Shamane Tan was featured in Issue 9 of Women In Security Magazine, where she shares about her thoughts on her cybersecurity journey.

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When Cyber Security Becomes an HR Issue

In this interview, Sekuro’s Managing Director Noel Allnutt shed light on the role of Human Resources (HR) in cyber security.

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Cyber Security

The Patching Time Sink

Sekuro’s Customer CISO, Lee Roebig expounded on the following aspects of Zero Trust, which are fundamental to the security, and hence, the success of an organisation. Organisations who are on top of their patching processes often spend weeks each month patching urgent vulnerabilities and/or resolving any unforeseen impacts they have on systems. They often complete these just in time for the next month when they must do it all again. With organisations often resource constrained, is it the best use of their cyber security/technology teams’ time to spend most of their month patching systems? I believe it isn’t. Many organisations who are resource constrained have also not implemented strong preventative controls due to a lack of time, particularly the more difficult (but extremely valuable) ones like Application Control and Network Segmentation. I’ve spoken to many peers who haven’t implemented these, and the sentiment is remarkably similar from each: “We haven’t had the time” “We’re still trying to get on top the basics like our patching right now” “We’ve got bigger fish to fry. We’ve still got Windows 7 machines in our fleet (or XP!)” While patching most definitely has its place, if we look at this from a risk/benefit analysis perspective, we see that the scale is skewed. There is too much time being spent on the Band-Aid fix of patching. In fact, so much time is spent patching that there is little of it left for fixing the fundamental underlying issues. This poses an interesting thought: If an asset is …

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Sekuro News

Security Brief AU – Prashant Haldankar: Retailers amongst most targeted by cybercriminals

With every e-commerce transaction handling a vast amount of sensitive personal information, retailers need to ensure a watertight security posture, particularly ahead of major shopping events like EOFY sales.

In this article, featuring our CISO, Prashant Haldankar, he discusses the importance of strong security where retailers are amongst the most targeted organisations for cybercriminals.

Check out this article to read more on how retailers can stay ahead of the constantly evolving threats!

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The Sekuro Talkshow with Werner Coetsee (Ep.5)

In the fifth episode of the Sekuro Talkshow, Werner Coetsee, Director of Managed Security Services at Sekuro, joins Shamane Tan, Sekuro’s Chief Growth Officer, to share benefits and insights about Managed Security Services, which can be a great solution to address organisation’s security needs.

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Sekuro News

Startup Daily: Noel Allnutt – Startup and tech leaders welcome Labor’s win and outline what they want from the government

Welcoming Labor’s win, in this article, our Managing Director, Noel Allnutt, shared his ask of the new Albanese Government and their initiatives dedicated to addressing critical issues in the Aussie tech industry.

With the digital economy being the backbone of Australia’s future, the current tech talent shortage is a key concern to be addressed. The industry and Government need to recognise and invest accordingly to ensure the global competitiveness of Australia’s tech.

Noel highlighted his desire to remove barriers that would negatively impact Australia’s tech innovation.

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Sekuro Latest News

It probably doesn’t come as a surprise to many in the industry, but cyber security has a mental health problem.

Ahead of Mental Health Awareness Month in October, Sekuro surveyed 101 cyber security professionals to find out how they’ve been coping over the past two years. The results were distressing, but unfortunately, not surprising. As threats worsen and Boards become more anxious about cyber risk – those who work in the industry will know first-hand the pressure that’s been put on cyber security professionals, particularly since the start of the pandemic. This pressure to prevent attacks at all costs has come at the expense of our industry’s most valuable assets – our people.

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