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archTIS launches global program to boost NC Protect uptake

archTIS launches global program to boost NC Protect uptake

A global channel partner program has been set up to enhance the availability of the firm’s cyber security software.

A global channel partner program has been set up to enhance the availability of the firm’s cyber security software.

ASX-listed cyber security firm archTIS has launched a new global channel partner program, aimed at offering its NC Protect product to resellers, system integrators and MSSPs for inclusion in their solutions portfolio.

NC Protect is designed to provide advanced information security tools to customers using Microsoft 365 and Nutanix Files collaboration applications.


The new program is expected to focus on recruiting partners in the Americas, Asia-Pacific and Europe Middle East Africa (EMEA) geographies. 

According to archTIS, eligible members of the program would receive the following benefits:

  • new incremental revenue streams from resales of NC Protect;
  • access to market development funds to support demand generation activities for Gold and Platinum approved partners;
  • marketing support, including materials, presentation decks, case studies and customised webinars to supplement a channel partner’s demand generation program;
  • a dedicated partner portal with a library of educational resources featuring sales enablement collateral, training materials, deal registration, and integrated product support; and
  • access to the collective domain resources of the archTIS team.

“We see the channel partner network as an integral part of our growth plan both here in Australia and globally,” Matt Kluken, vice president and general manager of Asia Pacific, said.

“With our integration into Microsoft 365 applications, including Teams and SharePoint, there’s many customers that need a simpler and more scalable way to secure sensitive information across their collaboration tools with advanced functionality that not available out of the box.

“We’re looking to reward those partners who are forward-thinking and looking to proactively solve some of the biggest challenges in cyber security today – how to share and collaborate on sensitive information securely.”

Tesserent, LiveTiles, Sharing Minds, and New Zealand-based Tabella are among the members of archTIS’ existing partner network.

Tabella managing director Lewis Holden welcomed the opportunity to collaborate with archTIS.

“The cyber security needs of the New Zealand government and business continue to be highlighted with recent major breaches and incidents, along with new legislative requirements in the new Privacy Act," Holden said. 

“Tabella was founded by three cyber security veterans to take the best technology and put it to work here in New Zealand. ArchTIS’ attribute-based access control solutions are a great example of the type of technology we’re looking for complementary and ahead of the curve.

“NC Protect is perfect for government organisations that need to collaborate on sensitive data within Microsoft collaboration tools, but need enhanced security to do so safely.”

The Australian Department of Defence recently awarded a $296,000 contract to archTIS for the delivery of supply, integration and implementation services for the expansion of NC Protect across agencies. 

The Canberra-based firm has also entered into an agreement with one of Australia’s leading national security departments for NC Protect licences and ongoing customer support, with the contract valued at $535,000 over five years.

[Related: archTIS expands operations in Europe, Middle East and Africa]

Charbel Kadib

Charbel Kadib

News Editor – Defence and Security, Momentum Media

Prior to joining the defence and aerospace team in 2020, Charbel was news editor of The Adviser and Mortgage Business, where he covered developments in the banking and financial services sector for three years. Charbel has a keen interest in geopolitics and international relations, graduating from the University of Notre Dame with a double major in politics and journalism. Charbel has also completed internships with The Australian Department of Communications and the Arts and public relations agency Fifty Acres.

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