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Empowering Australian Organisations for Cyber Resilience 

Partner of ACSC/JCSC
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Virtual CISO  |  Cyber Strategy and Enablement  |    Training     |   Incident Response 

Data breaches result in financial losses. A cyber attack that leads to the theft of sensitive financial information can cause significant financial harm to small and medium businesses.

The cost of remediation, customer compensation, and loss of revenue can all add up quickly, leading to a major hit to the bottom line.

Financial stability is key to protecting against cyber threats: A financially healthy business is better equipped to invest in the technology and personnel needed to protect against cyber threats.

On the other hand, businesses that are struggling financially may not have the resources to properly secure their systems and protect their data, leaving them vulnerable to attack.

By combining years of accounting and cyber security experience, Lynden Group is helping SMEs address these interrelated concerns in a comprehensive and integrated manner. By doing so, they are helping SMEs achieve both financial stability and data security, which are essential for long-term success.


Lynden Group is a trusted advisor for CFOs, Directors and owners of businesses in Australia looking to fortify their defences against cybercrime.

With years of experience and a wealth of references, our team is equipped to help businesses navigate the complex landscape of cyber security. Our advisors provide tailored guidance and support to help organisations secure their digital assets and maintain their business cyber resilience.


Whether it's through our virtual CISO service, risk assessments, incident response planning, or board training, our team is dedicated to helping our customers one step ahead of the constantly evolving threat of cybercrime.

Comprehensive Offering:

  1. Virtual CISO service and engagement model

  2. Incident response planning and support

  3. Identification and assessment of cyber risks in financial reports

  4. Board of Director education and governance regarding cyber risk

  5. Compliance with ASIC and APRA regulations

  6. Executive and professional cyber security advice

  7. Digitised tabletop and cyber range exercises

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