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Barton, Australia
2005
  |  By Irena Mroz
The defense supply chain is a complex network of partners that sell, manufacture, and distribute services or products to defense agencies worldwide. It is made up of both major corporations and smaller sub-suppliers. Each country has its own network of supply chain partners, including manufacturers, software, services and logistics providers that deliver products and services for military materiel applications.
  |  By Doug Boyd
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the buzzword du jour of not just tech, but the entire online world. We see it in the daily headlines of everything from industry stalwarts such as Wired (There’s an AI Candidate Running for Parliament in the UK) through the stiff-collared set at the Wall Street Journal (What the Apple-OpenAI Deal Means for Four Tech Titans). Everyone who is anyone is talking about it, training it, or trying leverage against it.
  |  By Irena Mroz
NIST 800-171 revision 3 was released on May 14, 2024, prompting DoD to issue an indefinite class deviation for DFARS 252.204-7012, Safeguarding Covered Defense Information and Cyber Incident Reporting (DFARS 7012). US Defense Industrial Base (DIB) contractors must now comply with NIST SP 800-171 revision 2 rather than the version in effect at the time the solicitation is issued, as was previously required.
  |  By Irena Mroz
archTIS is excited to share that the company has been honored with two significant awards in the 2024 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards. Our products, Kojensi and NC Protect, have been recognized in the National Cyber Defense and Data-centric Security categories. We are proud to be acknowledged by the Cybersecurity Excellence Award judges for our commitment to excellence, innovation, and leadership in cybersecurity.
  |  By Irena Mroz
In July 2022, the Pentagon’s acquisition office issued a memo reminding acquisition officials of the DoD’s requirements for handling controlled unclassified information (CUI). The standard which applies to Defense contractors is not new. The original Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) clause 252.204-7012 requirement went into effect in 2017.
  |  By Irena Mroz
As an organization’s data volume grows, so does the need to manage its access and governance consistently and securely. The proliferation of vast and siloed data spread across diverse applications, multi-cloud and hybrid environments, and formats over the last few decades has made it difficult to control data access and governance. In order for structured data to be effectively utilized, it needs to be combined and enhanced in a way that supports both operational and analytical tasks.
  |  By Eva Galfi
The United States and Australian Governments have established strict regulations to safeguard the technology that can be used for military applications. The most sensitive technology is regulated by the U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), and it is imperative for any company working with ITAR-controlled technologies and data to comply with these regulations. Failure to comply can lead to severe legal and financial repercussions, as well as reputational damage.
  |  By Irena Mroz
One of the biggest issues facing government and industry is how to securely share sensitive and classified information. While information sharing and collaboration have tremendous benefits for productivity and service outcomes, they do come with risks. A dynamic, data-centric approach is key to securing sensitive information and achieving compliance.
  |  By Kurt Mueffelmann
archTIS is pleased to announce it is a Compliance & Privacy Trailblazer award finalist in the 2024 Microsoft Security Excellence Awards. The company was honored among a global field of industry leaders that demonstrated success across the security landscape during the past 12 months. We are extremely proud to be recognized as a finalist for the Compliance and Privacy Trailblazer award for the second year in a row.
  |  By Irena Mroz
Safeguarding classified information is paramount to the security of any nation and its allies. However, modern collaboration tools and devices have made protecting it more challenging without the proper guardrails. Understanding classified information handling requirements and the technologies that can help enforce these obligations are the keys to preventing unauthorised access, dissemination and exposure of classified information.
  |  By archTIS
Kojensi from archTIS is a highly secure, multi-level security platform for the secure sharing and collaboration of sensitive and classified files. By taking a data-centric, zero trust security approach, a file’s attributes such as security classification, organisation and country releasability, determine who is able to access, edit and download the file. Kojensi users can create, co-author and share documents in real-time, all in a secure and intuitive platform that ensure sensitive information remains need to know only.
  |  By archTIS
Empower your organization to take advantage of all the productivity and collaboration the Microsoft suite has to offer with meeting regulations including NIST, CMMC, and ITAR for information security. archTIS’ zero trust attribute-based access control (ABAC) powered information security solutions for public sector enhance native security capabilities to empower secure collaboration within your agency, with other agencies, defense, multinational coalitions and supply chain partners.
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The complete portfolio of archTIS solutions, including NC Protect and Kojensi, leverage a data-centric, attribute-based access control (ABAC) methodology to ensure the highest levels of data protection. Watch this video to learn about the advantages of using ABAC-enabled access and data protection policies to safeguard sensitive data.
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Empower your agency to take advantage of all the productivity and collaboration capabilities the Microsoft 365, Teams and SharePoint Server have to offer with zero trust ABAC powered information security from NC Protect.
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NC Protect offers a simpler, faster and scalable way to ensure secure collaboration in Teams. NC Protect dynamically adjusts access to and protection of chats, channels and files shared in Teams based on user and file attributes to control what users can see, how they can share information and with whom. Get granular security with less time and effort.
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Discover, Classify, and Protect your most Sensitive data. Find critical data in local and remote file shares such as Microsoft SharePoint, Office 365, AWS or Azure and create custom sensitive data rules to locate and classify intellectual property and other sensitive data specific to your business.
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Data protection, encryption and compliance for Microsoft platforms: SharePoint, Office 365, OneDrive and more. Instantly encrypt SharePoint data and keep it protected no matter where it is stored or how it is used: in use, in flight, and at rest.
  |  By archTIS
Organizations have sensitive data spread across on-premises and cloud based platforms. This present a major challenge for IT to ensure data integrity and security. NC Protect is both content and context aware to automatically find, classify and secure unstructured data on-premises, in the cloud and in hybrid environments.
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See how NC Protect provides Nutanix Files users unmatched information protection capabilities to prevent accidental sharing, data misuse and loss, while maintaining a simple and intuitive user experience that empowers customers to start securing information in hours, not days or weeks.
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NC Protect offers a simpler, faster and scalable way to ensure secure collaboration in Teams. NC Protect dynamically adjusts access to and protection of chats, channels and files shared in Teams based on user and file attributes to control what users can see, how they can share information and with whom. Get granular security with less time and effort.
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Now more than ever the Boardroom, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Information Officer have information security front of mind and keeping them awake at night. Every day a new attack, incident or vulnerability is announced that has a significant impact on reputation, compliance, cost or service delivery. Chief Information Security Officers must now adapt to this changing landscape and lead their organizations to adopt new security methodologies to both protect and enable their data whenever and wherever it is required in a cost effective, risk managed way. So how do they achieve it?
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Business demands information management that meets their needs. From an IT perspective, it means that stakeholders are demanding access to information services that reach far beyond the boundaries of the organisation. At the same time, they are also expecting the IT department to protect their high-value information assets and intellectual property. How can you ensure that enabling remote and mobile access to your protected information services will not compromise your high-value information assets?
  |  By archTIS
Government, defense and defense industry base (DIB) must meet the demands of both the DoD and the critical infrastructure players and map to critical controls laid out in NIST 800-171, NIST 800-53, and the upcoming CMMC 2.0 to adequately protect Federal Contract Information (FCI) and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI).
  |  By archTIS
Information barriers that were once relegated to financial services and regulatory compliance are quickly becoming a must have to accommodate a variety of business scenarios. The art of running a business is a forever evolving path of goldmines and hurdles. Trying to map these business processes over current technology, is challenging at best and extremely difficult to achieve for all elements and viewpoints of business workflows.
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The U.S. Government requires all manufacturers, importers, exporters, and brokers of defence articles, defence services or related technical information to meet International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) compliance. Applying these regulations to your business and to those within the greater supply chain introduces additional costs, rigor, and complexity into your processes. This whitepaper introduces 5 essential checkpoints of ITAR and provides strategies to assist with compliance and cyber resilience.

archTIS Limited (ASX:AR9, OTCQB:ARHLF) is a global provider of innovative software solutions for the secure collaboration of sensitive information. The company’s award-winning data-centric information security solutions protect the world’s most sensitive content in government, defence, supply chain, enterprises and regulated industries through attribute-based access and control (ABAC) policies. archTIS products include Kojensi, a multi-government certified platform for the secure access, sharing and collaboration of sensitive and classified information; and NC Protect and the cp. suite of products for enhanced information protection for file access and sharing, messaging and emailing of sensitive and classified content across Microsoft 365 apps, Dropbox, Nutanix Files and Windows file shares. For more information visit archtis.com or follow @arch_tis.