archTIS Limited has announced that Secure State has joined the Channel Partner Program as a Silver Partner in Australia.
The partnership allows Secure State, an Australian sovereign Indigenous cybersecurity business, to resell and provide services for archTIS products Kojensi and NC Protect.
Kojensi is an information sharing platform that enables secure access, sharing and collaboration of sensitive information between government, defence and industry.
NC Protect adds policies and security capabilities to control the access, usage and sharing of sensitive and classified content across Microsoft 365 apps, SharePoint Server, Windows file shares, NetApp ONTAP and Nutanix Files.
"A cornerstone of Secure State's mission is to bring Defence-grade cyber solutions to Australia's Defence supply chain," said Luke Smith, the Founder and COO of Secure State.
"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."
Secure State disclosed that the company had closed their first sale of Kojensi, with other customers showing an interest in the archTIS solutions.
"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," said Matthew Kluken, General Manager Asia Pacific of archTIS.
"Demonstrating early success, the partnership has resulted in the first sale of Kojensi, and Secure State has identified additional opportunities. Secure State’s defence supply chain and critical infrastructure cyber expertise and U.S. CMMC training uniquely positioned them to tailor cyber solutions for their clients using archTIS’ industry-leading information security products.”