Aurecon responds to cyber incident

Published: 11 November 2022

Asia-Pacific design, engineering and advisory company Aurecon advises it is investigating a cyber incident after identifying suspicious activity on its IT system.

On Sunday 6 November Aurecon identified and acted to contain the incident, implementing our Cyber Security Incident Response Plan, engaging a specialist cyber security firm, and notifying government agencies, the Australian Cyber Security Centre and Cert NZ.

The incident response included disabling access to Aurecon’s online platforms. As part of our ongoing response to this incident we can expect some necessary but unavoidable disruption.

The investigation is seeking to establish the level of any impact on Aurecon’s systems. We understand the urgency of this matter and will continue to keep our clients, government agencies and staff informed of any new information.

Aurecon apologises for the disruption this incident has caused.

Any enquiries can be submitted to:

Danielle Bond
M: +61 0412 870 987

Jonathan Ding
M: +61 0481 384 792

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