Australia-based cyber security firm archTIS has confirmed the commencement of several new international engagements across its business units.
ArchTIS’ Kojensi SaaS platform has been chosen by Flinders University to oversee the discrete distribution of research and data to partner instituitions. As part of the agreement, Konjensi SaaS will deliver secure cloud sharing services. Flinders University will be the second higher education institution to work alongside archTIS’ Kojensi unit.
Following archTIS’ merger with Nucleus Cyber, a mobile communications company in Dubai has further nominated Nucleus Cyber’s Protect platform to oversee its data sharing capabilities. This engagement will require management of the client's Microsoft suite.
Nucleus Cyber’s Protect platform has further continued its growth in the US, having acquired clients across the health insurance, science and manufacturing industries.
The recent growth demonstrated by archTIS was welcomed by Kurt Mueffelmann, global COO and US president of archTIS.
“ArchTIS continues to execute on our calendar 2021 strategy of establishing a global, diversified customer base built upon high-margin, predictable annual licensed revenue streams that deliver significant gross margins. Both Kojensi and NC Protect are driving new and expanded opportunities across government and defence, large corporates and small and medium enterprise,” Mueffelmann said.
Nucleus Cyber was the recent recipient of six Gold Cybersecurity Awards.