The ASX-listed cyber security company has launched a new software aimed at bolstering content protection for cross-industry collaboration.
archTIS Limited has unveiled Kojensi Enterprise v2.0 – a new solution designed to support secure document collaboration and sharing of sensitive content between government, defence, defence industry base (DIB) and higher education institutions.
According to the company, the new software creates “dynamic and granular information barriers” between coalitions, partners, co-workers and external clients, supporting compliance with regulatory guidelines and secure information sharing.
Kojensi is billed as a military grade multi-level security (MLS) document collaboration management platform, which reduces administration complexity and costs by removing the need for parallel networks.
The software is government accredited and has demonstrated compliance with all necessary security controls.
Kojensi v2.0 features include:
- an in-app secure document viewer that enforces read-only viewing of sensitive information for multiple file formats;
- expanded search and classification controls to assist with granular management of content;
- improved UI for the management of notifications and process management;
- simplified deployment for on-premises environments;
- enhanced integration points for future technology inclusions; and
- active synchronisation of attributes and content across instances to assist with bandwidth and local policy constraints.
“The launch of Kojensi v2.0 is a significant milestone for the company. We continue to innovate our products and add new capabilities based on customer feedback and market requests,” Daniel Lai, archTIS managing director and CEO, said.
“Many of the new features and functions have come from our continued engagement with the Australian Department of Defence.
“With its unique information security functions and growing demand for government-accredited information sharing platforms, Kojensi v2.0 is expected to be met with strong interest in a rapidly expanding market.”
Lewis Holden, managing director of Tabella, an archTIS partner, said the Kojensi platform would provide a pathway for clients to securely share and collaborate on documents within a zero-trust security environment.
“The fact that it is fully accreditable is important to our government and defence customers to meet regulatory guidelines from around the world,” Holden added.