Uniting Communities is a not-for-profit (NFP) organisation providing a broad range of community and aged care services to over 80,000 South Australians each year.
There was need for Uniting Communities to ensure their environment is protected from malicious attacks and their users’ data secured.
Cawthron is Aotearoa New Zealand's largest independent science institute and has a century long legacy of delivering world-class science and innovation. Cawthron partnered with CyberCX for their strategic security planning and implementation, addressing an urgent need for policies to provide security guidance and direction.
As a utility company, Jemena is heavily reliant on the SCADA systems that monitor and control its numerous networks. Data generated by these operational technology (OT) systems is relayed to the company’s data centres in New South Wales and Victoria and processed by a fleet of 70 servers and 30 workstations.
Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) successfully appointed CyberCX to complete the project. From access control systems through to flight information boards, security cameras, ATMs and shop connectivity, every service in the airport terminal relies on the core network to operate.
Ok Tedi Mining Limited operates one of the most remote mines in Oceania - located deep in the mountains of Papua New Guinea. With almost 5,000 staff working to provide minerals for essential services around the world, Ok Tedi is a critical component of the global supply chain.
The Australian Football League (AFL) is Australia’s leading professional sports organisation, acting as a governing body for football at a National, State and Local level. The AFL at a professional level is currently made up of two national competitions, the AFL, comprising 18 Teams, and the AFLW, made up of 14 Teams.
Origin Energy originally engaged CyberCX to undertake the initial design and delivery of one of Australia’s first Amazon Redshift Cloud Data Warehouse implementations.
Since inception (over four years ago) this environment has grown to become one of the largest data lakes in the country.
Mitchell Shire Council is strategically located just 40km north of Melbourne and is one of Victoria’s fastest growing outer metropolitan municipalities. Aligning to this growth, MSC had a requirement to review its existing IT infrastructure, with priority focus on a Cloud first adoption, leveraging Microsoft Azure.