Identify. Protect. Detect. Respond. Recover.

Founded in 2007, CARG has grown to become a leading business consulting partner covering a full spectrum of services customised for Government Agencies, Banking and Financial, Manufacturing, Healthcare, Retail and Logistics, Insurance, Energy and Utilities, Educational and Telecommunication industries.

Business Consulting
Compliance Consulting
Training & Development
Project Management
Risk Management
Security Consulting
Vulnerability Assessment

Why choose CARG?

Your trusted partners in security and risk assessment

When you choose CARG as your consulting partner, you are leveraging on world class business and technology experts that are thought leaders in various areas to offer you unparalleled service in the area of business consulting, information security, enterprise architecture services, infrastructure services and compliance.

CARG specialises in assisting organisations to maximise the value of their security investment by developing security architecture standards and frameworks which will drive the selection of technology architecture and processes. Without an alignment with business objectives, technology investment will be unable address the evolving business and compliance requirement.

CARG Consulting and Industry News

Industry news and essential guides to a secure environment

The infosec blindspot

A recent report by Forrester spotlighted a growing trend in infosec point solution purchasing: the majority of respondents dealt with the challenge of point-tool sprawl. Cyber-Security: Not...
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Vulnerability Assessment

Hacked off by BA

Here’s everything you need to have a whale of a time at someone else’s expense: name, address, credit card number, card expiration date, three letter...
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IOT: The Internet of Things

Take the time to learn about your assets. You’ll be able to layer in multiple prevention and detection solutions and have a highly effective security...
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University of cyber-attacks

A security analysis of cyber-attacks against universities and colleges in the UK has discovered staff or students could often be responsible, rather than organised crime...
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