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i360 Cyber Security Suite

i360 works with you to implement a suite of carefully curated security services to keep your data safe. We are your one-stop-shop for all your small business cyber security needs.

 i360 Cyber Security suite is made up of six key components:

Keep your business devices protected using i360's comprehensive PC and Mobile security suite.

A password manager is a cloud-based service that allows you to store, generate, and manage all your business passwords (for all staff) associated with the online services you use.

Cloud-based file and folder encryption service SmartEncypt massively increases the security of your data because you control who can open your files.

Cloud App Security stops security threats coming from the data and email you access in the cloud before then even get to your PC.

Cloud-based file and folder encryption service SmartEncypt massively increases the security of your data because you control who can open your files.

Backups compliment your cyber security efforts as retaining copies of your data mean that even if your security measures are breached you still retain a complete and functional set of information.

Call 1800 382 580 or Live Chat to learn more.


Free Cyber Security Audit

How well is your business protecting your data and devices?

Our free self-audit can show you.

Free PC Security Check
Understand the status of your PC and mobile phone security.
Check your AntiVirus version and more.

Free i360 E-Book
Our e-books offer practical advice on how best to adopt cloud technologies for your business

Our top 10 list of Security Do's & Don'ts

TOP 10 DO's


Make sure you:

  1. Have a PC security service that includes Anti-Virus AND Anti-Ransomware

  2. Use Mobile phone Anti-Virus

  3. Get Cloud security for your email

  4. Use a password manager to keep all your passwords secure

  5. Use a strong password generator like to create passwords

  6. Double check how strong your passwords are at:

  7. Use Cloud backup for your email, files and databases

  8. Complete some basic Phishing Awareness training like

  9. Have Two-Factor-Authentication for everything possible from Xero to Email to PC or Server access

  10. Use data encryption whenever possible




Make sure you don’t:

  1. Use simple passwords

  2. Give your passwords to anyone for any reason

  3. Leave your files on your PC

  4. Write your passwords on post-it-notes

  5. Make up your own passwords

  6. Leave your mobile phone unprotected

  7. Forget to setup Anti-Virus and Anti-Malware on your PC

  8. Forget to ensure your data is backed up every single

  9. Assume your cloud providers are protecting your data – read their Ts and Cs to double check

  10. Don’t use the same password for every website. If one gets hacked, all your logins are vulnerable

Data security facts that might surprise you

Small business is the target of 43% of all cybercrimes

22% of small business that were breached by the 2017 Ransomware attacks were so affected they could not continue operating.

33% of businesses with fewer than 100 employees dont take proactive measures against cyber security breaches.

87% of small business believe their bisiness is safe from cyberattacks because the use antivirus software alone.

Cybercrime costs the Australian economy $1bn annually.


The average cost of a ransomware attack on businesses is $133,000
(source: SafeAtLast)

Currently there is one cybercrime reported every 10 minutes
(source: Australian Signals Directorate)

More than 80% of organisations have identified stopping Cybercrime is in their top 5 priorities
(Source: SmartEncrypt)




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