Secure State announce partnership with archTIS Limited

South Australian cybersecurity company Secure State has joined leading technology provider archTIS Limited’s Channel Partner Program as a Silver Partner.

Formalised earlier this month, the agreement marks a major milestone in Secure State’s 20-year history and supports the company’s mission of bringing Defence-grade cybersecurity solutions to Australia’s Defence supply chain.

Under Silver Partner status, Secure State will resell and provide services for archTIS products Kojensi – a multi-level security platform for classified sharing and document collaboration and NC Protect – a data discovery, compliance, and protection software program to further strengthen its offering to clients around Australia.

Founder and COO of Secure State, Luke Smith acknowledges that securing a partnership with a global, award-winning software provider is no small feat.

“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.”

Matthew Kluken, General Manager Asia Pacific for archTIS describes the early success of this partnership which resulted in the first sale of Kojensi just a few weeks in.

“Secure State’s defence supply chain and critical infrastructure cyber expertise and US CMMC (Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification) training uniquely positioned them to tailor cyber solutions for their clients using archTIS’ industry-leading information security products.”

Secure State is the only internationally Registered Provider Organisation able to offer consulting and implementation services for Australian businesses that require CMMC – a program designed to ensure contractors protect highly sensitive information from frequent and increasingly complex cyberattacks.