Cyber Security Services

Protect your company from cyber crime with comprehensive security support.

In the current digital age, cyber threats and data breaches are happening more and more.

Our cyber security team can protect you against cyber attacks and network security vulnerabilities with innovative technologies and solutions. We understand the importance of securing computer systems and other critical infrastructure from malicious actors who may attempt to take control of and steal sensitive data.

If you’re looking for cyber security consulting services, here’s why you should consider Computer One…

Key Cyber Security Services

Cyber security risk assessments

Proactively identifying and assessing cyber security risks, evaluating their potential impact and providing mitigation strategy recommendations.

Network security

Offering solutions to increase protection from security threats with firewall implementation, endpoint detection and response, SIEM and secure remote access solutions.

Security awareness training

Helping your employees understand cyber security and its importance, how to recognise security issues and how to respond to them.

Essential 8 Security audits

Assessing your organisation against the federal government’s Essential 8 cyber security model and providing clear recommendations for improvement.

Incident response

Developing plans and procedures tailored specifically to your organisation for responding to a cyber attack, as well as providing incident response services to protect systems and sensitive data.

Cloud security

Making sure your cloud services are secure and that unwanted external parties are unable to gain access through ongoing monitoring and assessment.

The Importance of a Strong Cyber Security Framework

Cyber security services are a critical aspect of any organisation, particularly as technology continues to evolve and we increasingly rely on digital information. Organisations of all sizes are at risk of cyber attacks, which is why you need to have a strong cybersecurity framework in place to protect your IT systems and data from advanced persistent threats. As a managed IT service provider, Computer One is here to help you navigate the complex world of cyber security.


The consequences of a data breach can be catastrophic for individuals and businesses alike, from financial losses and legal liability to reputational damage. A robust cyber security framework can help mitigate these risks by identifying vulnerabilities, implementing protective measures, and providing rapid response in the event of a cyber attack.


Computer One provides a range of cyber security solutions to help protect your organisation against known and unknown threats, including risk assessments, security audits, employee training, email security, firewall protection, and more. We tailor our cyber security services to meet the specific needs of your organisation, ensuring that you receive the highest level of protection possible.

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Cyber Security FAQs

What are some of the most common cyber threats?

Common cyber security threats include viruses, malware, ransomware, phishing attacks, denial-of-service (DoS) attacks, data breaches, insider threats, and social engineering, among others.

What is malware, and how does it work?

“Malware” stands for malicious software and includes viruses, Trojans, and spyware. It works by infiltrating your computer or network, often by tricking users into downloading or opening infected files, so cyber attackers can damage, control or steal data.

What is ransomware, and how can I protect against it?

Ransomware is a type of malware that encrypts your files and demands a ransom for their release. To protect against it, regularly back up your data, use strong, unique passwords, and keep your software and security solutions up-to-date.

What is phishing, and how can I recognise phishing emails?

Phishing is a form of cyber threat where attackers impersonate legitimate entities to trick individuals into revealing sensitive information or clicking on malicious links. Be cautious of unsolicited emails, verify sender addresses, and avoid clicking on suspicious links or downloading attachments.

What is a denial-of-service (DoS) attack, and how does it disrupt services?

A DoS attack floods a target’s system with traffic, overwhelming it and causing service disruptions. Protect against DoS attacks with network security measures, such as firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and content delivery networks (CDNs).

What is a data breach, and what should I do if my data is compromised?

A data breach occurs when unauthorised parties gain access to sensitive data. If your data is compromised, you must consider the risk of serious harm and if it exists, you must swiftly notify affected parties, change passwords, investigate the breach’s source, and take steps to prevent future breaches. Our consulting will help you establish an effective and compliant breach notification process.

What is social engineering, and how can I guard against it?

Social engineering is a tactic that manipulates people into divulging confidential information. Guard against it by being cautious about sharing personal or sensitive information and always verifying the identities of individuals requesting information.

How can I protect my organisation against insider threats?

Protecting against insider threats involves implementing access controls, monitoring employee activities, conducting periodic security training, and creating a culture of cybersecurity awareness within your organisation.

What is a zero-day vulnerability, and how can I mitigate the risks?

A zero-day vulnerability is a software flaw that could be exploited by attackers before a patch or fix is available. To mitigate the risks, promptly apply security updates and patches, use intrusion detection systems, and employ proactive threat monitoring.

How can I stay informed about emerging cyber security threats?

Stay informed by following reputable cyber security news sources, subscribing to threat intelligence feeds, participating in cyber security forums, and engaging with cyber security professionals like Computer One, who can provide insights and updates on emerging threats.

What should I do if I suspect a cyber security threat or breach?

If you suspect that your organisation has been hacked, immediately contact Computer One’s skilled IT professionals for assistance. Our team will assess the situation, identify the source of the breach, and implement measures to contain and eliminate the threat. We can also provide guidance on steps to take to prevent similar attacks in the future.

How often should my business undergo a cyber security risk assessment?

We recommend that businesses undergo a cyber security assessment at least once a year, if not more frequently. As technology and cyber threats continue to evolve, it is crucial to stay up-to-date with the latest security measures and regularly assess your organisation’s vulnerability to cyber attacks.

Talk to one of our cyber security consultants.

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