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Cybersecurity Incident Readiness (IR) Service

Helping Australia & New Zealand businesses prepare for cyber incidents


Cutting-edge AI technology to initiate incident response processes swiftly, minimising disruption to your business.


Machine Learning combined with Expert Analysis for enhanced threat detection and precise actions against threats.


Skilled team dedicated to neutralising sophisticated threats like ransomware and APTs on behalf of your business.

We work with amazing customers

Oceania Healthcare
AMARU customers
Fiji Airways

Why is it important to be incident ready?

74% of ANZ businesses have suffered a data breach from a cyber attack. 

Cyber attacks are hitting Australian and New Zealand businesses at an unprecented rate and encountering a cyber incident is inevitable. Having the right threat detection and response tools are essential for businesses nowadays.

The level of readiness you’ve established will determine the extent of its impact, so acting fast will result in less damage for your business.

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top tier incident response plan services in new zealand and australia

How can AMARU prepare you for when an Incident occurs?


The plan is built using cutting-edge AI technology resulting in achieving faster results with minimal disruption to your business operations.


With a blend of Machine Learning and Human Response and alongside some expert IR analysis, your incident response plan will include threat hunting, detection, in-depth investigation, and precise actions to eliminate any type of cyber threats.


You’d have access to a top-tier team of threat hunters and incident response experts, helping you execute your incident response plan with targeted actions to neutralise highly sophisticated threats. 

Case Study

Oceania is New Zealand’s premium retirement living and aged care provider. They have 3000 staff and 4000 residents spread across 43 sites over the country.

With cyber security incidents continuously featuring in news headlines, the board at Oceania wanted confidence that they were prepared for a cyber security incident. They approached AMARU, who they knew to be pragmatic, solution focused experts in their field, to deliver a cyber security incident response plan.

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skilled professionals

Skilled team of professionals at your service

We know there’s a skill shortage in cybersecurity, so entrust our highly skilled cybersecurity specialists to manage all aspects of cybersecurity, ensuring robust cybersecurity and risk management.

we care about your business

We care about your business- like its ours!

This means we go above and beyond to provide you with the highest level of protection and support, just like we would for our own company – and fret not we don’t charge a hefty amount for our consultancy services!

achieve a secure digital environment

Achieve a secure and resilient digital environment

Incorporating aspects of AI and automation, we provide strategies that strengthen your cybersecurity posture, enabling you to sell products and services securely both locally and globally with internationally-recognised security standards.

Frequently Asked Questions

See our frequently asked cyber security questions below for help and advice.

What is Incident Readiness (IR) Management in Cyber security?

Incident Readiness Management (IRM) is a systematic approach to handling cybersecurity incidents in an organisation. It involves detecting, containing, analysing, and recovering from security incidents to minimise their impact on the organisation.

What are the common phases of Incident Readiness?

The common phases of an Incident Response Management (IRM) process are:

    • Preparation and planning
    • Detection and analysis
    • Containment, eradication, and recovery
    • Post-incident analysis and review

What are the best practices for Incident Readiness?

The best practices for Incident Response Management (IRM) include:

    • Establishing a formal incident response plan.
    • Training staff on the plan and procedures.
    • Conducting regular exercises to test the plan and identify areas for improvement.
    • Documenting and analysing incidents to identify trends and improve response capabilities.
    • Collaborating with other organisations and sharing threat intelligence to improve incident response.

Do we need AMARU's EDR tools to investigate the incident?

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