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WOLFPACK CARES

 We are passionate defenders of countries, companies & communities from cyber threats

PROTECTION IN THE PACK

Wolfpack Information Risk (Pty) Ltd is a South African owned company established in 2011. We provide specialist information and cyber threat consulting, training, awareness & incident support services to governments and organisations in Africa.

600+

Projects

Successfully concluded 600+ projects for small to enterprise clients across Africa.

100+

Victims

Provide pro bono assistance to victims of cyber harassment and crime.
 

100+

Publications

Online and print publications including the Cyber Threat Barometer and Critical Infrastructure reports.

WOLFPACK DNA

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  • Proudly South African

  • Level 2 BBBEE

    (56% Black Female/Youth Owned)

  • Established 2011

  • Top Secret Clearance

  • Experienced and Certified Team

  • 600+ Projects Completed

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ADVISORY
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AWARENESS
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TRAINING
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CYBERSECURITY 

OUR SERVICES

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Environmental Analysis

Before wolves go in for the kill, they spend a considerable amount of time studying their prey. Wolves are masters at understanding environmental conditions and making the best strategic decisions based on the intelligence they have gathered.

Wolfpack has developed a comprehensive range of health checks that combines all key technology, people and business requirements and thereafter provide a tailored and unique cybersecurity strategy and roadmap for our clients in Africa and globally.

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Strategic Partnerships

Wolves will defend their territory and work together to fend off much larger predators. Although not as physically strong as other predators in their habitat, wolves hunt in packs to kill prey that are both larger and stronger than each individual wolf.

A true partnership model is one that leverages the strengths of internal resources, trusted outside specialists and industry or global collaboration initiatives. This is pivotal to provide assurance that the required risk management, threat intelligence, monitoring, incident management and business resilience building blocks are in place to support organisational requirements.

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Securing what's important

The wolf howl is a distinct call to action for all members in the pack. Howling helps pack members to communicate in thickly forested areas or over vast distances and to summon members when they are attacked.

No single country, government or organisation can protect themselves against all cyber threats. Wolfpack's culture has been forged through national and industry initiatives and is committed to the improvement of cyber collaboration and safety within the African continent and beyond.

KEY MANAGEMENT TEAM

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ANTON HINGESTON

NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

"THE FIRST ONE GETS THE OYSTER, THE SECOND GETS THE SHELL"
Craig@1x

CRAIG ROSEWARNE

DIRECTOR

"GOOD STORIES MAKE US THINK AND HELP US REMEMBER IDEAS AND CONCEPTS IN A WAY THAT A POWERPOINT CRAMMED WITH BAR GRAPHS NEVER CAN"
Busi@1x

BUSISWA GWALA

DIRECTOR

"IF YOU REALLY LOOK CLOSELY, MOST OVERNIGHT SUCCESSES TOOK A LONG TIME"
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BRYAN BAXTER

CHIEF REVENUE OFFICER

"FINDING THE RIGHT SOLUTION FOR YOU"
Steve

STEVE SIMMONDS

HEAD OF ADVISORY

"CHANGING YOUR MIND CAN TRULY CHANGE YOUR WORLD"
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ASHLEIGH DU PLESSIS

HEAD OF AWARENESS

"A POSITIVE MIND IS THE KEY TO A HAPPY LIFE. ATTRACT WHAT YOU WANT AND NEVER GIVE UP"
Edwin@1x

EDWIN MPOFU 

HEAD OF CYBERSECURITY

"PLAY BY THE RULES, BUT BE FEROCIOUS"
TanyaD@1x

TANIA DIESEL

HEAD OF MARKETING

"THERE’S NO SHORTAGE OF REMARKABLE IDEAS, WHAT’S MISSING IS THE WILL TO EXECUTE THEM"

CASE STUDY: HOW REINTRODUCING WOLVES HELPED SAVE A NATIONAL PARK

Wolves belong to family groups called packs, usually consisting of eight to fifteen members. Within the pack, each member has a particular set of skills and responsibilities, which are executed with purpose and precision. 

 

Our company name is inspired by what these amazing animals are able to achieve through collaboration - a lesson us humans can definitely learn from. Join the pack and let's help make our communities a safer place!