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CyberCheck.Me Pilot Program

Small to medium enterprises (SMEs) across NSW can apply for free cyber health checks that identify security vulnerabilities. Applications close on 27 May 2022.

Cyber security breaches can lead to reputational damage and a loss of time, money and private information.

SMEs lost an average of $33,442 per cyber security incident in the 2020-21 financial year, according to the Australian Cyber Security Centre

About the Program

The CyberCheck.Me Pilot Program identifies cyber vulnerabilities and precautions that you can take to protect against a cyber-attack.

Participants complete a 10-minute survey on CyberCheck.Me and receive a 1-hour consultation about how to improve your business’ cyber security.

The NSW Cyber Hub, part of Investment NSW, will deliver this Pilot Program in partnership with Charles Sturt University, Edith Cowan University and AustCyber. Charles Sturt University students will conduct the checks under supervision and gain invaluable industry experience.

Eligibility

SMEs across NSW are invited to apply for the pilot Program. Forty places are available for this pilot Program and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Key dates

Applications are now open. Applications close on 27 May 2022 (or when places are filled). 

The Pilot Program will finish by 30 June 2022.

How to apply

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Terms and conditions

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Contact us

For more information about the Program, contact Investment NSW

Funding acknowledgement

This program is co-funded by the Australian Government through the Cyber Security Skills Partnership and Innovation Fund.