At Aurian Security, we strive to deliver niche and tailored security solutions to best meet your business needs. Aurian was founded on the belief that independent security consulting, when well communicated and delivered professionally, plays a vital role in managing an organisation’s risk profile and security posture.
Penetration testing, by definition, is an authorised cyberattack on computer systems, and applies the same tools and techniques used by real attackers to compromise systems and gain unauthorised access to corporate networks. To ensure the best results and most complete coverage, our testers use all the same techniques — including highly sophisticated manual efforts — to compromise the target and reveal real-world opportunities for hackers to do the same.
Our more than eight years of combine experience ensures that our results provide critical information that helps organisations make data-driven decisions that optimise internal resources, helping them navigate the current cybersecurity landscape with a roadmap to remediation.
Our network penetration testing exercises will reveal real-world opportunities for hackers to be able to compromise your systems and networks in such a way that allows for unauthorised access to sensitive data or even system hijacking for malicious and non-legitimate purposes.
We create a completely unique, tailored social engineering campaign for each client.
This can include phishing, phone calls impersonating legitimate staff members and pre-texting in order to entice users to perform actions that will provide us with unauthorised access to corporate systems.
Aurian Security is proud to be recognised as an approved supplier of security testing and consulting services to Australian Government clients.
Our extensive experience in working with the public sector — from local through to State and Federal departments and agencies — means we understand the unique needs of these clients and can offer targeted advice and solutions that can help governments achieve measurable improvements in their security posture.