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Secure State joins archTIS program to enhance Aussie cybersecurity
Tue, 13th Feb 2024

Secure State, an Australian sovereign Indigenous cybersecurity establishment, has joined forces with the archTIS Channel Partner Program. This partnership, which designates Secure State as a Silver Partner, signifies a significant move by the cyber-security company to expand its offerings in Australia.

Secure State is known for its specialisation in providing information security and technology services. Now, as part of the archTIS Channel Partner Program, the company can resell and provide services for both Kojensi and NC Protect. This move is in line with the business' objectives to meet their customers' stringent data security and compliance needs, whilst adhering to defence-grade standards in Australia.

Luke Smith, Founder and COO of Secure State, expressed his enthusiasm towards the partnership, stating, "A cornerstone of Secure State's mission is to bring Defence-grade cyber solutions to Australia's Defence supply chain. By partnering with archTIS, Secure State can now offer customers archTIS leading information-centric secure collaboration platforms to address the growing requirements from the government, Department of Defence and Defence Primes to protect Australia's critically sensitive and classified information." Luke Smith also revealed the first successful sale of Kojensi, and noted an increasing interest among their customers in the archTIS solutions.

The award-winning data-centric information security solutions offered under the archTIS portfolio seek to shield sensitive content in various sectors including government, defence, supply chain, and enterprises. These solutions utilise attribute-based access and control (ABAC) policies. Kojensi SaaS and NC Protect, specifically, offer secure access, sharing, and collaboration of potentially sensitive information across various platforms. NC Protect additionally features ABAC-enabled policies to regulate access, usage, and sharing of sensitive and classified content across Microsoft 365 apps, SharePoint Server, Windows file shares, and others.

The General Manager Asia Pacific of archTIS, Matthew Kluken, expressed his excitement about the partnership: "I'm excited to announce our partnership with Secure State to expand their data security solutions portfolio with our Kojensi SaaS and NC Protect products. Demonstrating early success, the partnership has resulted in the first sale of Kojensi, and Secure State has identified additional opportunities." He further highlighted Secure State's unique positioning, leveraging their defence supply chain and critical infrastructure cyber expertise and U.S. CMMC training, making them ideal partners to develop customised cyber solutions using archTIS’ industry-leading information security products.

Well-known for its specialisation in Defence, Government Departments, and private enterprise domains, Secure State continuously aids some of the nation's most sensitive organisations with its unique blend of skills and cyber expertise. Likewise, archTIS has been instrumental in providing innovative software solutions for the secure collaboration of sensitive information on a global scale.