IT Cyber Security Audits & Assessments

eStorm's comprehensive IT security audits and assessments uncover weak spots in your IT security and provides actionable steps to ensure your business is compliant with the latest cyber security policies and strategies

Identify risks and uncover threats with eStorm's IT Security Assessments

As cyber threats continue to evolve, a solid business cyber security strategy is no longer a luxury - it's a MUST. To mitigate the chances of a security breach, an audit of your IT infrastructure and information systems should be conducted on a regular basis to ensure your business is compliant with regulatory requirements and protected against potential cyber threats.

Our IT security audit/assessment uncovers weak spots in your IT security and provides actionable steps to ensure your business is compliant with the latest cyber security policies and strategies.

We know the initial start up costs to get your cyber security strategy compliant can be daunting. That's why we're offering a FREE discussion/meeting with one of our cyber security experts. Our expert will sit down with you to discuss your current IT security strategy and whether you're taking the right steps towards compliance. Completely free. No obligation to continue your cyber security journey with us.

Audit/Assessment Benefits
Prevent Data Breaches
Reduce Avoidable Downtime
Improve Internal Processes
Regulatory Compliance
Threat Detection
Mitigate Risks
Identify Vulnerabilities
Get Cyber Insurance Coverage

Comprehensive IT Security Audits

eStorm's Australia comprehensive IT Security Audits & Assessments are designed to eliminate risks in your business, protect against evolving cyber threats, and improve your IT & cyber security posture
Identify Risks & Vulnerabilities

Our IT risk & security assessments identify vulnerabilities in your existing IT infrastructure and applications before they can be exploited by hackers. We dive into your organisation's existing practices to highlight gaps in your policies and identify areas where your security practices are inadequate.

Actionable Steps for Protection

Once we've conducted your IT security assessment and audit, we will provide you with actionable steps to improve your security posture. These steps ensure your business is cyber safe, protected against threats, and compliant with the latest cyber security policies and strategies.

Ultimate Protection

Our assessments and audits will analyse; known and unknown risks within your organisation, vulnerabilities within your network configurations, security of cloud and physical data, your current policies and procedures, multi-factor authentication, end user health, and compliance against ACSC's Essential 8.

Dark Web Scanning & Monitoring

Your business needs to know if your company credentials have been exposed in past hacks or data breaches. With this awareness comes the opportunity to protect company identities, applications, logins and more. If your company has been exposed, we can take actionable steps to secure your identity.

What is an IT cyber security audit & assessment?

A comprehensive cyber security risk assessment & audit takes stock of all information technology assets and infrastructure that could be potentially targeted by a cyber attack (including hardware, systems, private data, etc.) and identifies their vulnerabilities.

Why are audits important?

As cyber threats continually evolve, it's more important than ever for businesses to evaluate their cyber security posture on a regular basis. IT security audits help identify and mitigate cyber risks, can reduce downtime, secure sensitive data, and prevent attacks. 

How do you conduct an audit?

While it is possible to conduct an IT security audit yourself, it is recommended that you employ the services of an IT support provider with experience in cyber security. This is because their extensive knowledge will provide an in-depth review of your IT infrastructure and actionable steps to mitigate risks. 

How long does it take?

The length of time it takes to conduct an IT security audit depends on the size and complexity of your IT infrastructure. If you have engaged with an IT support partner to conduct your audit, they will go through multiple stages, including an analysis, a report, and implementation of necessary policies and procedures.

Why do I need an audit?

Every business, from SMBs to enterprise, should be conducting regular audits in order to stay ahead of cyber threats. Without regular assessments of your IT infrastructure, you could potentially be leaving your data, networks, and servers vulnerable to cyber attacks. 

What are the costs?

The costs for IT security audits/assessments varies depending on the size and complexity of your environment. However, you can expect that most cyber security audits will star from around $1500. 

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Case Studies

Get business driven results with eStorm.

The internal IT Manager at Silky Oaks left with no notice and very little documentation. Silky Oaks approached eStorm to assist in keeping their systems operational while they assessed their ongoing IT requirements.


Lighthouse Christian School promoted their junior technician to a management role after the departure of their previous IT manager. The new manager felt he was still developing his IT knowledge and experience, and thus would not be able to single-handedly run the school’s IT. LCS then endeavoured to find a Managed Service Provider that could provide supplemental IT support and services.


To meet the needs of a large client, Liquid Animation worked with eStorm to architect a solution that allowed international animators to seamlessly access data. This was achieved using a combination of cloud-based work stations and Amazon Web Services.

Liquid Animation

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