The Canberra-based firm’s newly acquired subsidiary, Nucleus Cyber, has expanded into the Asia-Pacific and European cyber security markets.
Cyber security firm archTIS has announced the expansion of its wholly-owned subsidiary (pending shareholder approval), Nucleus Cyber (NC), into the Asia-Pacific and European markets, with three new channel partners agreeing to resell the company's NC Protect solution for data discovery, protection and compliance.
SABASAI (Australia), iSecurity (Taiwan), and SPOO Datascience (Germany), have all joined the Nucleus Cyber Global Channel Partner Program, providing parent company archTIS with commercial access to the respective markets.
“Data security and compliance are more important than ever with new global regulations and the risk of insider threats increasingly keeping information security professionals up at night,” Kurt Mueffelmann, CEO of Nucleus Cyber, said.
“We are excited to welcome our new partners to our global channel program. Their domain expertise paired with our innovative technology will allow their customers to proactively protect their most sensitive and confidential information from internal threats, including cyber espionage, misuse by overprivileged users and human error, that can lead to breaches and subsequent fines.”
Sean Ofir, CEO and managing director of SABASAI, which provides consultancy services to major Australian companies like NAB and Macquarie Bank, said NC’s services would complement the firm’s own offerings.
“SABASAI focuses on the human risk element to provide undisputable visibility into operational, human error and insider risks, so we were searching for a true DLP that will help prevent data breaches in the first place,” he said.
“We came across NC Protect, which focuses on the problem from a user angle to prevent users from accessing and sharing what they should not and enable them to do what they should securely.”
Julian Su, president and CEO at iSecurity, which provides information security solutions and consulting services in Taiwan, added, “We see Nucleus Cyber's data-driven security technology as one of the most fitting solutions in this fast-changing cyber landscape.”
Helmut Hubmann, sales director at SPOO Datascience, said the partnership would provide customers with data discovery solutions, secure collaboration, and SharePoint and Microsoft Teams security.
“Our partnership with Nucleus Cyber allows us to expand our security solutions portfolio to include intelligent data-centric security that can help discover and classify sensitive data, as well as protect against inside threats including cyber espionage, overprivileged users and human error,” Hubmann said.