We check your entire network, from your cloud interface to the operating systems, to find where the cyber attacks occured. Then, we recover all of your files and protect you from any additional security threats.
Our proven Gaia Security Review Process™ undertakes a full security review of your system from server to endpoint.
Cyber security hackers are getting smarter by the day. They are actively seeking vulnerable or compromised networks. Even with your best efforts, your organisation is still vulnerable to cyber crime.
One of the biggest security threats comes from staff, who connect their mobile devices or other electronic devices to your system and unknowingly expose your network to hackers and criminals.
Our security consultants will help you find the access point/s and weaknesses in your network so that we can neutralise threats then restore and rebuild your system.
One of our Security Engineers will meet with you to discuss the cyber attack, when it happened, what was happening at the time and where it occurred. By understanding the details of the attack, we can more quickly find the point of entry for the cyber criminals.
We can also help your organisation reduce risk by human error with our ½ day Cyber Security Training Programme™. We train end users and ICT staff on the proper cybersecurity methods and processes so that you can rest assured knowing that your organisation is protected from the inside out.
Gaia has a number of security consultancy services with real-time detection and removal of malware, phishing threats, and malicious code.
If you have recently experienced delayed email delivery, slow systems, or corrupt files, then call Gaia to schedule a consultation today.
Through a combination of software testing tools, visual review, testing and our detailed experience, we analyse all the areas that threats can emerge.
What is plugged into the ICT system and what it plugs into.
Including protocols, versions, updates, patches etc.
Where it goes, what happens to it and who has access to the data.
Where people are connecting to your network, what they are doing on your network, and any potential threats they might expose your network to.