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Local cyber security firm expands global footprint

An ASX-listed cyber security company has secured new deals in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

An ASX-listed cyber security company has secured new deals in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.

Canberra-based cyber security company archTIS has secured new customer contracts in the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) market as part of its broader push to expand its global footprint.


The contracts include a deal with German technology company Kojensi SaaS to facilitate regional collaboration of PROTECTED information with Australian Defence.

German insurance provider Berufsgenossenschaft für Gesundheitsdienst und Wohlfahrtspflege (BGW) has also selected NC Protect to secure employee and guest access in SharePoint. 

“NC Protect allows us to provide secure, read-only access to sensitive content on our SharePoint on-premises portal,” Vanessa Köster, IT operations, application services at BGW, said.

“We utilise NC Protect rules to keep the user interface slim and increase usability by hiding functionality that is not needed.

“We are impressed with the speed and level of support and collaboration provided by the Nucleus Cyber team to ensure that all of our requirements were met.”


Additionally, WyzeTalk, a digital employee engagement solution, has selected NC Protect to secure Office 365 collaboration, with a European oncology biotech company also purchasing the product for Office 365 and Microsoft Teams information protection.

Following the announcement of these new contracts, Kurt Mueffelmann, archTIS’ global COO and US president commented: “archTIS products tackle universal information security concerns and address regional compliance requirements, allowing us to expand the opportunities for Kojensi and NC Protect to address these needs across EMEA industry, government and defence.

“archTIS continues to prove we are able to execute on our strategy of establishing a global, diversified customer base built upon high-margin, predictable annual licensed revenue streams that deliver significant gross margins.”

Daniel Lai archTIS managing director added: “Global growth and leveraging the network effect of the Defence Industry is an important part of our 2021 business strategy.

“Our investment in bringing on an EMEA based sales director and network of regional partners is starting to show results and I am pleased with the early expansion of our product portfolio in the EMEA market thus far.” 

 [Related: archTIS sees growing government demand in US]

Local cyber security firm expands global footprint
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