Helping Hands


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The ancient Greeks called using knowledge to achieve a practical good 'phronesis', or φρόνησῐς.

We recognise this is true in cyber security - technology is only as effective as its configuration, and policies are just paper without an educated workforce.

We also recognise some of the world's most challenging issues require immediate, practical action.


Empower our clients

People are an organisation's first line of defence or its greatest vulnerability. We seek to ensure our clients' entire workforce understand and help manage cyber security risks.

Support our people

Culture is crucial to what we do. We strive to use our knowledge to encourage and nurture our staff and those looking to enter the industry.

Have a Positive Impact

Donating wealth is arguably the single most effective way we can help tackle the world's most serious issues. As a business, we pledge to give what we can.

Tropical Leaves


We are donating to the Against Malaria Foundation's long-lasting insecticide treated bed net program.


Malaria kills about 400,000 people every year and more than 200 million fall ill. Before bed nets were made available, it was three or more times that. Nets are a proven intervention - a more effective a way of saving lives than any other.


There is still a long way to go and every death from malaria is preventable.

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We are donating to the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation's scholarship program.

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AIEF's mission is to empower young indigenous people to build a brighter future for themselves and for the nation.

AIEF does this by providing scholarships which enable indigenous students in financial need to attend some of Australia's leading schools and universities.

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We are reducing our emission by supporting Carbon Positive Australia's tree planting projects.

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Carbon Positive Australia's approach to combat climate change is to take degraded, unused land and restore the natural habitat by planting a mix of native trees and shrubs that are indigenous to the area.


Planting trees offsets the carbon emissions we humans create in our everyday activities. 


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