Overview: Common wide area network upgrade divided into three segments: network and security enhancements, SCADA DMZ and Active Directory, including infrastructure relating to AD.
Key technologies: Cisco, Citrix, Microsoft
Customer said: “The key business driver for this project was improved security and increased organisational capability. By UXC thinking outside the square and improving on our original high-level designs, innovative new technology was used to exceed the minimum requirements and position Melbourne Water to take better advantage of existing systems.” - Shane Drieberg, Senior Project Manager, Melbourne Water
Read more: UXC Connect segregates Melbourne Water's IT and industrial networks to protect against cyber threats
Overview: After remediation of CCFSA’s IT infrastructure, the next challenge was to provide a best-of-breed business continuity solution.
Key technology: Datto
Customer said: “CCFSA selected Datto as our business continuity provider based on the quality of the solution presented. In the following months, a staff member followed the link on a well-crafted and convincing email. CryptoLocker spread through our network. The business continuity plan developed by Geek was implemented. Within three hours all services were fully functional, even though almost all of the business had been affected. Datto just paid for itself.” - Marie Paterson, Director Operations and Finance, CCFSA
Read more: Adelaide MSP Geek prevents Cryptolocker disaster with Civil Contractors Federation South Australia
Overview: Implemented gateway defences to ensure malicious traffic was analysed at the network border and halted in its tracks or cleaned before entering the internal network.
Key technology: Check Point Software Technologies
Customer said: “We were very pleased with the attention to detail that Sententia has provided to the project and completing the project under budget and ahead of time.” - Ruly Sutedja, National Information Systems Manager, Fredon
Vendor said: “Given Fredon’s unique requirements and Sententia’s reputation for customised services offerings, the two organisations seemed like a natural fit.” - Jamie Anderson, Check Point Software Technologies
Overview: Consolidation of 100-plus disparate endpoint security management systems into a central multi-tenanted, hosted service capable of sharing threat intelligence between tenants, protecting against targeted attacks.
Key technology: McAfee
Customer said: “Without SecureWare’s expert guidance, we would never have been able to get where we are today. When it comes to endpoint coverage and protection, we are now on the front foot and haven’t had a Ransomware outbreak in six months. With McAfee Endpoint Security, we have more visibility, more coverage, and more customer confidence than we have had in 12 years” - Simon Sigre, Network Lead
Read more: SecureWare delivers endpoint security to Catholic Education South Australia with McAfee
Overview: Upgrading data centre infrastructure, relocating all critical systems to co-located facility and implementing a cloud-based business continuity solution.
Key technologies: Datto, Fujitsu
Customer said: “We engaged Powernet to map out what would be our last infrastructure project as they take us through a cloud-first strategy. We have now moved all live systems into the NextDC data centre, we’re backing up to the cloud via Datto and we have access to an array of services that will put us in a great position for the future.” - Michael Howlett, General Manager of Business Improvement, Ventura Bus Lines