Cybersecurity Audit Services in Sydney

Get a clear picture of your organisation’s security posture and reduce the potential damage associated with a cyberattack.

Cyber Risk Audit and Assessment

Cyber Risk Audit and Assessment is an evaluation of an organisation’s digital infrastructure, policies, and procedures to assess and manage their cyber security risks. Through cyber risk audits, businesses can uncover weaknesses in their digital systems, networks, and protocols that can be exploited by cybercriminals. It provides a roadmap to address cyber threats and strengthen the business’s overall security posture. 

Conducting a thorough cyber risk assessment assists in identifying the vulnerability susceptible to a data breach and developing security policies to mitigate security risks. It aids in prioritising mitigation techniques based on the likelihood and impact of potential threats. By pinpointing these possible hazards, businesses can proactively implement measures to ensure the continuity of operations and minimise the impact of security incidents.

Identify potential vulnerabilities and scale the level of risk posed by cyber threats through our cyber audit and assessment, safeguarding sensitive data and protecting business reputation.

When Should I Perform a Cyber Security Audit?

Cybersecurity audits, needs to be performed annually or biannually which acts as a vigilant guard against potential threat beforehand. However, a routine audit isn’t enough; an organisation’s cyber security audits must be scheduled after any significant changes like implementing new technology or experiencing a security incident. The more sensitive data is collected and stored, the more frequently audits must be performed.

How we conduct Free
Security Audit

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Identify Standards and Regulations

We will start by identifying relevant cybersecurity standards and regulations applicable to your industry. Leveraging the ISO 27001 framework and Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) Essential 8 industry standards, we will ensure that your organisation remains compliant with legal requirements and industry best practices.

Gather Relevant Documentation

Our team will collect and analyse relevant documents related to your organisation’s security policies, procedures, network architecture, and incident response plans. We will examine the documents, understand your current security measures, and identify any areas for improvement.

Define Scope & Objectives

We will outline the scope and objectives of the audit process by delving into your specific security concerns, business objectives, and critical assets. By aligning with your unique needs, we will ensure that the audit focuses on the areas of greatest risk and provides actionable insights.

Conduct Risk Assessment

Utilising advanced techniques, we will conduct a rigorous risk assessment to identify any potential threats, vulnerabilities, and risks to your organisation’s digital infrastructure. We will provide you with actionable insights that enables you to make informed decisions about prioritising and mitigating those risks.

Perform Security Testing

We will employ various security testing techniques, from vulnerability scanning and penetration testing thereby identifying weaknesses in your systems and networks. By simulating real-world cyber attacks, we will uncover threats and provide remediation advice.

Document Findings

Serving as a roadmap we will document our audit findings, detailing identified vulnerabilities, noncompliance, and areas for improvement. Our detailed reports will provide clear insights into your cyber security posture and help you equip with actionable steps to enhance your overall security.

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Benefits of a Free Cybersecurity Audit

From identifying breaches in security protocols to evaluating the effectiveness of existing controls, our cybersecurity audits provides the following advantages that allow businesses to thrive in the face of evolving cyber threats.

Prioritised Remediation

Empowers you to pinpoint high-risk vulnerabilities within your systems, enabling strategic allocation of resources to address the most pressing threats promptly and efficiently. This ensures optimal security while maximising the utilisation of your time and budget.

Ensures your organisation maintains compliance with regulatory bodies and industry standards by confidently identifying and addressing compliance gaps. This fosters confidence in your compliance efforts, shielding you from any potential penalties and reputational damage.

Enables you to take a proactive approach to security by uncovering hidden vulnerabilities before they gets exploited by malicious actors. This enhances resilience to emerging threats, minimises the impact of cyberattacks and maintains the integrity of your systems.

Establish multiple layers of security to protect your invaluable data from external threats, unauthorised access, or breaches. This guarantees adherence to data protection regulations and mitigates the financial and legal consequences of data breaches.

Build resilience against cyber threats through backup systems, disaster recovery, and incident response plans. This ensures smooth operations, minimises downtime, and enables swift recovery from cyber incidents, effortlessly maintaining business continuity.

Client Testimonials
The team at Binary IT has done an excellent job in keeping our computers and data secure. They offer the Binary S 360 package, which is brilliant—it covers everything and provides us with total peace of mind. They ensure we're protected from any cyber threats.
Telecommunications equipment supplier
For more than six months, Binary IT has been looking after our computer and network systems, making sure they're safe and sound. They've checked for any weak spots, offered good advice, and really tested our defenses to make sure everything's solid. Their team is incredibly helpful and really knows their stuff.
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What Happens Next

Following a cybersecurity audit, if any vulnerabilities, cyber threats, and security faults in your defences are discovered. We will develop an action plan to address those potential vulnerabilities, security risk and compliance gaps. Cybersecurity is an ongoing journey, not a one-time fix. Ensuring your business stays resilient, we will continuously monitor your system, conduct follow-up audits, and adapt to emerging threats.

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At Binary IT, we assist in preparing for a cybersecurity audit by conducting risk assessments, ensuring compliance with relevant standards and regulations, documenting policies and procedures, performing vulnerability assessments, and implementing necessary security measures. Additionally, we provide guidance on remediation efforts to address any identified gaps in security.

Generally, organisations should conduct cybersecurity audits annually at a minimum. However, the frequency of cybersecurity audits depends on various factors such as the organisation’s industry, regulatory requirements, the complexity of its IT infrastructure, and the evolving threat landscape.


The three main phases of a cybersecurity audit typically include:

  1. Pre-Audit Preparation: Define scope, gather documentation, assess risks, and establish audit criteria.
  2. Audit Execution: Conduct assessment, review documentation, evaluate security controls, and perform technical testing.
  3. Post-Audit Activities: Document findings, prepare reports, communicate results, and follow up on remediation efforts.

A cyber security audit and assessment are both critical components of an Australian business cyber security strategy. A cyber security audit involves a formal review of the business’s current security posture and policies to identify potential risks and ensure compliance with regulations. On the other hand, a cyber security assessment offers a more comprehensive evaluation of the organisation’s cyber maturity, security management, and data protection practices. While an audit provides a snapshot of security, and an assessment delves deeper into the various components of a cyber security plan.

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