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archTIS secures new Defence contract

The cyber security firm has won a new software support contract from Defence.

The cyber security firm has won a new software support contract from Defence.

The Australian Department of Defence has awarded a $296,000 contract to ASX-listed cyber security firm archTIS Limited. 

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The firm has been tasked with supplying architecture and implementation services for the expansion of NC Protect — a software solutions platform provided by its subsidiary Nucleus Cyber.  

The contract, which is subject to standard termination clauses and terms and conditions, is effective immediately for a fixed term ending 30 June 2021 

 “I am pleased that our footprint within the Australian Defence ecosystem for NC Protect is quickly expanding,” Daniel Lai, archTIS managing director, said.

“The need to securely share sensitive and classified information is paramount for defence. ArchTIS portfolio solutions are uniquely able to deliver secure policy-based access and sharing to safeguard even the most sensitive information.

“This project provides further validation of our merger with Nucleus Cyber and the synergy between our products.” 

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[Related: archTIS appoints new chief financial officer]

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