Willyama Services is a 100% Indigenous Aboriginal and veteran owned business providing a range of cyber security and IT services.
Having recently developed a relationship with Raytheon Australia, Willyama Services is aiming to increase employment opportunities in cyber security and IT for Indigenous Australians and veterans through the successful delivery of projects across all tiers of government.
Willyama Services Owner, Kieran Hynes said his company had the mission to ‘make a difference’ and goal to be the largest employer of Indigenous IT staff servicing the Federal Government sector.
“We are excited to have the opportunity to partner with Raytheon Australia as we pursue our goals.”
Based in Canberra, and with offices in Adelaide and Brisbane, Willyama Services has 50 employees with extensive experience in providing Governance, Risk and Compliance services against Federal standards, including IRAP and Penetration testing.
“It has been our vision since being established in 2016 to be the leading Indigenous-owned professional services company in Australia across our area of expertise,” said Hynes.
“We’re committed to the long-term improvement of indigenous employment across Australia through the Reconciliation Action Plan, Aboriginal Apprenticeships Scheme, and Cultural Awareness Training,” said Hynes.
“Willyama not only assists government clients by providing high-quality consulting outcomes, but we also help them meet their Indigenous Procurement Policy targets.”
Hynes noted that Willyama Services specialises in cybersecurity consultancy services, including security auditing, governance, risk & compliance, security architecture, system certification support, IOT assessments and provide a security-centric IT Managed Services