Governance, Risk, and Compliance

A path to comprehensive cyber security.


An ever-shifting compliance and technology landscape.

changing business environment

Ever-changing Business Landscape

Businesses must anticipate and quickly respond to threats and stay on top of a continuously changing landscape.

digital transformation

Digital Transformation

As more technologies are introduced to businesses, the potential for exploitation increases.


Fines and Reputational Damage

Failure to comply results in hefty fines and data breaches cause enormous reputational damage.

Manual processes

Manual Processes and Siloed Data

Manual response rates are slow, indecisive, create silos, and obscure a clear view of data, increasing business and reputational risk. 

Risk management

Ongoing Management of Risk

As compliance requirements change and technologies evolve, business risks shift, necessitating constant maintenance and management of the GRC landscape.

Compliance Requirements

Increasing Compliance Requirements

As governance requirements become more stringent, the burden on businesses to demonstrate appropriate data protocols increases.


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Do you want holistic cyber security? 

We offer a full suite of cyber security solutions.

In today's digital age, safeguarding your organisation's sensitive information is paramount. Imagine your cyber security efforts as a multi-layered defence, with each layer working together to protect your organisation. Individually, each solution plays an important role but alone they are vulnerable. GRC plays an important role in aligning and coordinating your cyber security efforts. We offer a full suite of cyber security solutions, coupled with GRC to create a holistic, resilient defence strategy. 

Not sure where to start with GRC?

Let our team of experts work with you to understand your GRC needs and develop a practical plan to maximise value. 

Cyber security and GRC are complex and require specific skills and experience. Our experienced team will develop and implement a comprehensive GRC framework to address cyber security risks, ensure compliance, while integrating with existing governance structures.
User training

Cyber Security Awareness Training

We ensure your staff understand the latest cyber-crime tactics, significantly reducing your risk of a breach.​

Compliance Audits

Cyber Security and Compliance Audits

We assess your IT systems security and compliance, identify and mitigate risks, and design IT policies and procedures, ensuring compliance.

IT policies and procedures

Information Security Document Development and Reviews

We review IT security-related documentation, ensuring ongoing alignment to best practice and relevant regulations.

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What is GRC?

A standardised approach for mitigating risk, incorporating 3 main domains: Governance: The management of an organisation, its resources, information, assets, and other critical business functions. Risk: Ongoing risk evaluation, development of risk management strategies and response plans. Compliance: Ensuring adherence to regulations (e.g., data, workplace, and privacy regulations).

What’s the real risk of not having GRC in place?

Not having a GRC solution in place comes with numerous risks, most notably the hefty financial losses a data breach can cause, fines levied against non-compliant organisations, and the reputational risk associated with both of these.

Isn’t GRC only for enterprises?

GRC is heavily mandated and regulated at enterprise level, but all organisations – regardless of industry or size – must be compliant with certain data and privacy regulations.

What are the benefits of having GRC?

GRC ensures your organisation operates within the law, reduces the likelihood of making costly mistakes, makes the management of risks easier and more affordable, and helps organisations create proactive plans to reduce the impact of disruptions. In short, it streamlines and simplifies risk management, an essential activity in any organisation.

Can’t we just do this in-house, why do we need a GRC solution provider?

GRC is an extremely complex and ever-changing environment. Keeping track of all the moving parts requires specialist knowledge and skill. Many SMBs simply don’t have the internal resources to adequately manage this domain and all its complexities.

What’s the connection between GRC and cyber security?

Cyber threats are ever-present and pose an ongoing risk. To mitigate this, regulations governing data and privacy exist and non-compliance can result in hefty fines and even imprisonment. IT investments also require risk assessments and mitigation plans. As technology advances and plays a greater role in the organisation, so managing IT-related risks will become increasingly important.