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Cyber Health Clinic Program

Free cyber health checks that identify security vulnerabilities for small to medium enterprises (SMEs) in NSW. Registrations are now open.

Cyber security breaches can lead to significant reputational damage and risk to confidential information, as well as lost time and financial impact for your business.

SMEs lost an average of $39,000 per cyber security incident in the 2021-22 financial year, according to the Australian Cyber Security Centre.External Link

About the Program

The Cyber Health Clinic will help you prepare your business to face growing cyber threats and address skills gaps by providing future cyber professionals with job ready experience.

The NSW Cyber Hub at Investment NSW will deliver this Program in partnership with GuardWare. Selected university students will conduct the checks under supervision and gain invaluable industry experience.

SME participants need to complete a 10-minute survey and then will receive a one-hour consultation about how to uplift their cyber security posture.

You’re eligible if your business:

  • is headquartered in NSW
  • has a valid Australian Business Number (ABN) registered for NSW
  • employs between 3 and 199 full-time equivalent (FTE) employees

Contact us

To register your interest in the Program, please fill out this form.

Funding acknowledgement

This Program is co-funded by the Australian Government through the Cyber Security Skills Partnership and Innovation FundExternal Link.