The Right Security

drives improved security posture.

BUI cybersecurity team leverages the intelligent cloud to help safeguard business organisations.

Cybersecurity SoC


Be proactive about cyber crime response and prevention.

PEN Testing

BUI security experts work with you to determine the cybersecurity assessment and tests that is required for your IT environment to identify ways to strengthen your security posture.

Vulnerability Scanning

BUI offers a 12 month managed services to take care of your vulnerability and assessment requirements by continuously enhancing the security posture of your business through vulnerability detection & management.

Cybersecurity Assessment

The most effective way to protect against exposure to vulnerabilities is to develop intelligence around your assets via assessment and to harden these systems to minimise your attack landscape.

BUI Cyber SoC

The first of its kind in Africa, BUI’s Cyber SoC provides a proactive 24/7 managed security service, backed by a powerful AI based Cloud SIEM, with dedicated skills focusing on real-time analysis of security patterns and alerts.

BUI Cybersecurity Unit

As an independent business unit within BUI, our cybersecurity experts have authoritative mandate.

The BUI Cybersecurity team interacts directly (consultative) and indirectly (auditive) with our customers. They ensure security is top of mind of our cloud consultants and customers alike.

“To competently perform rectifying security service, two critical incident response elements are necessary: information and organization.”
― Robert E. Davis
“Security leaders are under a lot of pressure to show quick wins while knowing full well that everything they do will be heavily scrutinized and challenged, and ultimately, they will pay the price for things that are not under their control.”
— Yaron Levi, CISO
"Arguing that you don’t care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don’t care about free speech because you have nothing to say."
— Edward Snowden

BUI Cybersecurity Pillars

BUI will assess your environment, identify the controls needed to define, implement and maintain a robust cyber security practice. Cybersecurity controls are based on three pillars: people, processes and technology. Using a three-pronged approach assists in protecting you from both organized and opportunistic attacks, as well as internal threats, such as phishing scams.
BUI uses risk management (heatmap) to ensure these controls are risk severity aligned and deployed cost efficiently.


Every employee has a responsibility to reduce cyber security threats, understanding their role in protecting the organisation's assets.
Our cybersecurity SoC team remains relevant, keeping up to date with the latest cyber risks and solutions and their qualifications so they can better support BUI and our customers.


The organisation's cyber security stance are documented in processes and procedures and need to be communicated to all employees.
The BUI Cyber SoC team is responsible for documenting processes, clearly defining roles and responsibilities, and specifying the procedure to follow when a threat emerges. The cyber landscape is one of constant change, so processes are regularly reviewed to account for the latest cyber threats and responses.
They can review and advise on your cybersecurity policies and procedures.


While security measures are a big part of the cyber security strategy, technical controls and analysis are essential - access controls, antivirus, firewalls and AI - technology can mitigate cyber risks or provide useful insights.
BUI's cybersecurity SoC monitors, trends and track risks for BUI and our customers, detecting and responding to threats as they appear.

Why is Cybersecurity important?

Cyber attacks have become highly sophisticated and can remain undetected for months. Discovering and responding to breaches too late, can have devastating consequences to your business. We identified the top reasons why Cybersecurity should be important to you.

The Cost of Data Breaches

The cost of a data breach can be measured in financial and non-financial terms. Privacy laws can mean significant fines for organisations, on top of lawsuits and other financial damages. Organisations also need to consider organisational sustainability and reputational damage.

Sophisticated Cyber Attacks

Cyber attacks are growing in sophistication, with attackers using an ever-expanding variety of tactics, including social engineering, malware and ransomware.

Cyber Attacks are Lucrative

Cyber attackers seek some kind of benefit and will continue to invest in various techniques to achieve their goals - whether financially, politically, intellectually, ethically or socially driven.

Cybersecurity is a Board-level Issue

The board seeks assurances from management that cyber security risks are managed, keeping cost and operational impact limited. Cyber risk strategies need to reduce the risk of attack, thus improving risk postures.

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