Kaon SecurITy specialise in the human factors side of information security and provide services to Local Government, Central Government and Commercial Enterprises in New Zealand and Australia.

Kaon SecurITy is acknowledged for its regional leadership in IT Policy deployment and technical security auditing services. Its SecurITy IT Policy System is used by more than 100 organisations worldwide. 

Additional professional services provided by the Kaon team include Penetration Testing and Website Vulnerability Testing, to name a few.


Business Solutions

IT Policy Systems

The first step towards creating a secure electronic environment is to define the rules and guidelines for managing, operating and using the organisation's information systems.


Professional Services

Our Professional Services Team, Kaon SecurITy, has extensive industry experience and provides a range of IT security services within New Zealand and Australia.


Security Awareness

We work in colaboration with Bob's Business to help organisations arm their end users with the knowledge they need to identify online risks and protect sensitive information.



Cyber Forensic Services Now Available 1/27/2017

Today’s hyper connected digital world presents some unique challenges for any organisation that need… Read More >

Strong Authentication is Crucial for More Flexible Work 4/15/2016

We’re living in a more connected world, which means the nature of work is changing. The rise of smar… Read More >

Ransomware is Rampant-ware in NZ 3/29/2016

The Scourge of Ransomware - in our latest blog Steve Macmillan discusses how ransomware attacks are… Read More >

A Safer Cyber Journey 1/27/2016

Steve Macmillan discusses the new National Plan to Address Cybercrime which was released by the Gove… Read More >

Problems Solved

IT Policy System Version 17 Announced

We are pleased to be able to announce that Version 17 of the IT Policy System is now shipping.


Recognising the value of IT Policies - Part 2

In this article we address 3 questions - Why are IT Policies important? - Who should be involved in the development of IT Policies? - and - How do organisations manage their policies typically today?