Meet Our Team

Chandra Sundaresan – CEO

Chandra has a long-standing record of professionalism and integrity in the Vocational and Higher education sectors in Australia spanning over 2 decades. He holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Science and a Bachelor’s degree with Distinction in Information Technology majoring in software engineering, and is also a certified trainer & qualified assessor. He has served in key roles in various organisations across both the higher education and vocational sectors which include Vice President, Academic Director, Deputy Principal, Director of Studies, Managing Director and Marketing Director. He has also set up and managed his own fully accredited RTO.

Chris Hudson – Director

Chris as a diverse professional, commercial and academic track record. His career includes 8 years Professional Development & Learning Academy – Director Business Development, 22 years Southern Cross University – Director MPA, Director of International & Industry Programs, Academic Director – Domestic Collaborations, 13 years with NSW TAFE.

John Corrigan – Director

John’s professional experience includes a number of years in financial and management consulting; various financial management roles (from cost accountant to finance director), both nationally and internationally; a sessional lecturer in accounting and management at both undergraduate and post graduate level.

David Kirk – Program Coordinator

David’s experience includes many years as an Operations Manager in Manufacturing, Financial and Education. David’s focus is on Operational Efficiency and Customer Satisfaction.

Gabriel Bachini – Course Creator

Gabriel is an experienced professional with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and a diverse background in various fields. With experience as a junior consultant, corporate finance analyst, and university lecturer, Gabriel brings a wealth of knowledge to every endeavour. Having also served as an academic consultant in an Australian academic institution, Gabriel possesses a global perspective on education and consultancy. Beyond the boardroom and classroom, Gabriel finds solace in the great outdoors, indulging in passions for running and camping, which provide a balance to his dynamic career pursuits.

There is an epidemic of cybersecurity threats and no one’s safe anymore. Business can no longer afford to overlook the primary significance of training its employees of the threats and best practises to encounter cybersecurity. How well is your business and its staff prepared to take on highly skilled cyber criminals or malicious hackers who aim to steal data or any other valuable information or service?

Ever growing threat

Research suggests that over 80% of all cyber breaches are the result of a general lack of cybersecurity awareness and/or an individual not exercising due care when using the internet. Our cybersecurity awareness courses reveal the common threats and scams businesses are exposed to and will lead to a greater understanding of cybersecurity and help reduce the likelihood of accidentally clicking on links or opening files which can have serious consequences for any business.

Anyone can be a target, even the CEO

It is important to remember that no staff member is immune from a cyber-attack, particularly if they are not trained to spot it.  Comprehensive cybersecurity training is important for all members of your business, not just the IT departments.  Especially for those who have access to your organisation’s information and data, including Directors, Executives and Managers.

Improve reputation and client satisfaction

A cyber-attack on your business can derail your entire business and destroy its reputation. By investing in comprehensive cybersecurity awareness training for your staff, you will improve your business reputation and gain further client confidence.

Bolster Employee Confidence

By implementing cybersecurity awareness training, your employees gain an insight into the many potential cyber scams and attacks, giving them confidence to not only use the technology they need to but also what to do to help protect your business.

Improve cybersecurity of your business

One of the biggest benefits to implementing cybersecurity awareness is better security in your business. Your staff will recognise potential cyber scams and attacks and know how to stop them before they impact your business.

If you say Yes to any of these, you need Cybersecurity Awareness training:

  1. Do your staff know how to recognise a Ransomware attack?
  2. Are you aware of the current scams and attacks that may target your industry sector?
  3. Are your staff confident in recognising and stopping a potential cyber scam?
  4. Does your business know how to recover from a cyber incident?

Are your cyber policies and processes established and adopted across your business?