Virtual Graffiti Australia (VGA), a leading provider of IT solutions and services, is pleased to announce its addition to the Australian Federal Government Cyber Security panel. The company has been selected to provide a range of cyber security services to the Australian government, including threat intelligence, vulnerability assessments, and incident response.
The Australian Federal Government Cyber Security panel is a group of pre-approved providers of cyber security services to the Australian government. The panel is designed to provide government agencies with a streamlined and efficient way to procure cyber security services, reducing the time and effort required to engage external providers.
VGA's addition to the panel is a significant achievement and reflects the company's expertise in the field of cyber security, championed by Thad Legg, VGA's General Manager/COO, who joined the company in 2018 with a strong Vendor cyber security background. VGA has a long history of providing high-quality IT solutions and services to a range of clients, including government agencies, educational institutions, and businesses. The company has a strong focus on security and has developed a range of solutions to help clients protect their data and systems from cyber threats.
"Virtual Graffiti's addition validates our security approaches and expertice in Cybersecurity" said Virtual Graffiti Australia's COO Thad Legg. "The company is committed to helping customers of all sizes find the appropriate security solution. We are honored to be selected to provide cyber security services to the Australian government through the Federal Government Cyber Security panel. We understand the importance of cyber security in today's world, and we are committed to helping government agencies and businesses protect their systems and data from cyber threats. Our inclusion on the panel is a testament to our expertise in the field of cyber security and our commitment to providing high-quality IT solutions and services to our clients."
The importance of VGA's addition to the panel cannot be overstated. Cyber security is a critical issue for government agencies, particularly given the increasing number and sophistication of cyber attacks. The Australian government is a prime target for cyber criminals, and agencies must take all necessary steps to protect their systems and data.
VGA's inclusion on the panel provides government agencies with access to a trusted provider of cyber security services. The company's expertise and experience in the field of cyber security will be invaluable in helping agencies to identify and mitigate cyber threats.
In addition to providing cyber security services to government agencies, VGA will also be able to leverage its experience and expertise to develop new and innovative solutions to help protect Australian businesses and individuals from cyber threats. The company's inclusion on the panel is a clear indication of its commitment to helping to secure Australia's digital future.
VGA's CEO, Alan Wahlhaus, congratulated the VGA team for being appointed to the panel and thanked them for their outstanding efforts in being included in a such a select group of Australian businesses.