Organizations are continuously facing new threats to security every day.


Security is a multi-disciplined subject requiring a number of different skills sets and knowledge areas. AAITPRO security experts are equipped with industry-leading tools and work rigorously to make sure our client assets are always secure!


  • Sharing Big Data securely
  • Development and Operations security
  • Identity and Access Management
  • Monitoring and Reporting
  • Cloud Application security

Why use Managed Security Services?


We provide a systematic approach to managing your organization’s security needs. AAITPRO's service includes around-the-clock monitoring and management of intrusion detection systems and firewalls, overseeing patch management and upgrades, performing security assessments and security audits, and responding to emergencies.



We manage security processes from an off-site location allowing enterprises to conduct business as usual with minimal intrusion due to security initiatives, while AAIT’s interface maintains a constant line of communication and seamless reporting to the business. We ensure that the business is always up-to-date with the status of security issues, audits, and maintenance, enabling the hiring organization to focus on security governance rather than administrative tasks.


  • Managed security services offer continuous oversight, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. Choosing to handle enterprise security in-house, without the help of an outsourced vendor, requires a substantial investment in manpower and technology.
  • Cyber attacks evolve at an incredibly fast pace, leading to one new threat after another. Without the proper security tools and resources to keep up with evolving threats can create a big problem for any organisation. Recovering from incidents detected too late can consume substantial resources and at times, even the business itself.
  • Our focus on monitoring the threat landscape means we often have a distinct advantage over enterprises with a core business function unrelated to security and technology. We specialise in early threat detection and protection, so enlisting the services allows the organisation to focus on core business activities while leaving security concerns to the experts.


Penetration Testing



AAITPRO provides penetration testing to many industries nationwide. This testing is a simulated cyber attack against your computer system to check for exploitable vulnerabilities. It can involve the attempted breaching of any number of application systems, (e.g., application protocol interfaces (APIs), frontend/backend servers) to uncover vulnerabilities, such as unsanitized inputs that are susceptible to code injection attacks. It can identify weak spots in an organization’s security posture, as well as measure the compliance of its security policy, and test the staff's awareness of security issues and determine whether and how the organization would be subject to security disasters. It can also highlight weaknesses in your company's security policies. Organizations should perform penetration testing regularly, ideally, once a year to ensure more consistent network security and IT management.



Vulnerability Assessment


AAITPRO provides Vulnerability Assessment services to our clients. This testing will provide the organization with a good starting point in order to focus on the most critical assets of your environment that support the business and to detect where vulnerabilities might be. These will include identifying the assets and define the risk and critical value for each device to set a baseline about the systems, perform the assessment, and prepare a report out all the findings on vulnerabilities, which include solutions to correct the vulnerabilities if the clients choose to remediate. We can also assist in the remediation process.



Ethical Hacking


AAITPRO provides Ethical Hacking services to our clients. Our “Hacker” can find and exploit vulnerabilities and weaknesses in various systems. We can replicate a malicious hacker and instead of exploiting the vulnerabilities for malicious purposes, seek countermeasures to shore up the system’s defenses. We employ all or some of these strategies to penetrate a system such as scanning ports and seeking vulnerabilities, examine patch installations and make sure that they cannot be exploited. We may engage in social engineering concepts like rummaging through trash bins for passwords, charts, sticky notes, or anything with crucial information that can be used to generate an attack, attempt to evade IDS (Intrusion Detection systems), IPS (Intrusion Prevention systems), honeypots, and firewalls, and sniffing networks, bypassing and cracking wireless encryption, and hijacking web servers and web applications.