Secure your business
When it comes to security, Telstra has you covered. See how we can help your business spot security threats and keep them locked out.
Protection you can rely on
At Telstra, we offer a range of world-leading security solutions giving peace of mind to small business owners.
From our alarm monitoring service, Business Protect, helping keep your premises secure when you’re not there. To protection from cyber threats with Telstra Business Tech Services, giving you 24/7 access to a dedicated team of IT experts, plus security assessments to identify areas for improvement.
We can even help protect you against malware, ransomware and phishing attacks – all while keeping your files secure in the cloud with Microsoft® 365 for Business.
With world-class solutions, we’ve got your security covered, so you can focus on being ‘that’ business for your customers.
Telstra Security Report 2019
The Telstra Security Report 2019 reveals global trends impacting security professionals. Discover insights gathered from 1,298 professionals across 13 countries and 15 industries.
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