Cyber business archTIS announced last month that it acquired global information protection business, Nucleus Cyber (NC).
Completion of the acquisition is still subject to a number of conditions, including approval by ordinary resolution of the shareholders at the archTIS AGM on 23 December.
This week, Nucleus Cyber announced its expansion into the Asia-Pacific and European cybersecurity markets with three new channel partnerships to resell the company’s NC Protect solution for data discovery, protection and compliance for the leading content services and collaboration platforms.
SABASAI (Australia), iSecurity (Taiwan) and SPOO Datascience (Germany) have all joined the Nucleus Cyber Global Channel Partner Program, which value added resellers a security platform to help their clients proactively protect against insider breaches, sensitive data misuse and unauthorized file access.
“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 cyberespionage, misuse by overprivileged users and human error, that can lead to breaches and subsequent fines.”