An established authority in North Queensland Business Networks.
OnBoard I.T. is a full service I.C.T. support and managed service provider. We have been in continuous operation since 1998.
We are a vendor independant service provider that maintains strategic relationships with key organisations to ensure we stay ahead of the curve.
What do we do and how do we do it?
OnBoard I.T. provides outsourcing services to businesses in Queensland and beyond. We specialise in design, implementation, support and maintenance of every aspect of data systems from network design and integration, through firewall / vpn security to end-user support.
OnBoard I.T. tailors its support offerings to fit your requirements. We offer On-Demand Support, Project Based Work, Strategic Planning, 24x7 System Monitors and Managed Services. We secure computer networks, eliminate recurring problems, perform ongoing administration, and integrate new technology.
Our technology specialists deliver personalised service, resolve problems effectively and we respect your time.
Additionally, we can provide system(s) design and architecture services, backup services, disaster recovery and business continuity planning and implementation. We manage rollouts of new equipment or applications, network security system design, network connectivity assessments and vulnerability testing.
OnBoard I.T. provides value through a proactive approach. Planning, preparation and prevention are smarter, less costly and less stressful than alternative support methods. Our products increase security, reliability and save our clients time and money.
Ransomware has become one of the most widespread and damaging threats that internet users face. Since the infamous CryptoLocker first appeared in 2013, we’ve seen a new era of file-encrypting ransomware variants delivered through spam messages and Exploit Kits, extorting money from home users and businesses alike.
The current wave of ransomware families can have their roots traced back to the early days of FakeAV, through “Locker” variants and finally to the file-encrypting variants that are prevalent today. Each distinct category of malware has shared a common goal – to extort money from victims through social engineering and outright intimidation. The demands for money have grown more forceful with each iteration.
The full report, including practical tips to secure yourself or your business can be found here.