Services

Below is a list of our curated service offerings where we have expert knowledge and experience. Additional services and workshops can be provided upon request.

Advisory & Consultancy

Cloud Security Architecture & Engineering

While the public cloud is becoming more prevalent, most security teams are still focused on traditional tasks. Cloud security competence is crucial for any organization moving to or operating in the cloud.

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Advisory & Consultancy

Cyber Security Manager (CISO)

A Cyber Security Manager works less hands-on compared to an engineer and architect, but is focused within business, people and strategy.

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Services

Cloud Security Assessment

Have you moved to the cloud without knowing what risks are in your environment, or are you in the process of moving and want to stay ahead?

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Cyber Security Strategy

You might have heard that Cyber Security is impossible to get right, or that someone have tried selling you a ‘silver bullet’ product. The truth is that you can spend as much energy and money you want on Cyber Security and there will still be residual risk.

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Board Competency

If your board needs cyber security compentency we can join as a permanent or flexible member. We will bring our Cyber Security competency into the board and advise with a holistic perspective.

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Courses

Cloud Security Course for Technical Professionals

This class takes you through the initial steps of engineering and architecting to become a Cloud Security Engineer and architect. Over two days, we will get our hands dirty in cloud environments and learn about architectural patterns.

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Courses

Cyber Security Course for Employees

Training and awareness of employees continues to be one of the most important domains within Cyber Security and is one of the domains that reduces the risk quite effective, especially compared against cost.

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Courses

Cyber Security Course for Managers and Board

Managers/directors and the board of the company are responsible for Cyber Security within the company, not the IT department. This might sound strange if you think of it the first time, but it is the business who set the risk appetite of the company.

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