Special Report: archTIS has launched its government-level secure data sharing and collaboration software for commercial sale.

Cyber security firm archTIS (ASX:AR9) is giving government and non-government sectors access to the same kind of highly secure technology the Australian Department of Defence uses.

The company has just launched Kojensi Gov, a secure content and collaboration platform for government and their industry partners. The information sharing model used in Kojensi Gov was first developed for sharing information at the highest levels of government.

Government-level secure

Kojensi Gov is the first of a suite of products archTIS is developing that allows parties to share and collaborate on highly sensitive and classified information.

The software, currently patent pending, allows government and their industry partners to define access to information at a highly granular level.

archTIS says it’s user-friendly and allows government and their industry partners a greater level of collaboration in the PROTECTED space than ever before.

Crucially, it has now completed an International Security Registered Assessors Program (IRAP) assessment at the PROTECTED level. The IRAP assessment notifies Australian government departments that Kojensi Gov complies with all necessary security controls to protect government information.

The sales plan

archTIS’ short to medium-term plan is to sell Kojensi Gov via its established network of strategic partners across government agencies and into the broader defence industry ecosystem, legal, and critical infrastructure sectors.

archTIS CEO Daniel Lai says the launch of Kojensi Gov puts the company on a clear pathway to scalable commercialisation across multiple industry sectors, promising a strong sales pipeline over the coming year.

“We are well-positioned to secure commercial contracts in both the government and non-government sectors in the coming months,” he told Stockhead.

“We remain focused on continuing to build on the momentum and incredible feedback we have received for the platform by nurturing our growing pipeline of leads and network of interested parties among government and industry affiliates.”

archTIS’ mission and technology was born out of the September 11 attacks that took place in 2001.

archTIS created a platform that provides government-level cyber security to enable not just inter-department collaboration, but also sharing with key industry partners.

It’s a sector that a handful of other companies on the ASX have tried to break into, but so far none have successfully developed the right solution nor gained the kinds of clients archTIS has.

archTIS listed on the ASX in September last year after raising $8 million.


This story was developed in collaboration with archTIS Limited, a Stockhead advertiser at the time of publishing.
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