archTIS Limited, a global provider of innovative software solutions for the secure collaboration of sensitive information, announced the appointment of Nick Main as the new Chief Security Officer (CSO) to support the Company’s security strategy and practices across its people, products and infrastructure.
Main is currently serving as the company’s chief architect, defining and executing archTIS’ technology strategy. With over 20 years of senior level experience in Australian Government, Defence and law enforcement managing technology strategy, security, architecture, technical consultancy and high tempo technical project delivery within complex and high security environments, Main is well positioned to lead the company’s security program. Main’s deep expertise in security and defence mandates will ensure the Company and its products continue to adhere to the highest levels of security to protect its infrastructure and asserts, as well as customer information from physical and cyber threats. Main will replace Bruce Talbot, an archTIS Founder, as the CSO as Talbot transitions into retirement.
Main’s role as CSO will complement his role as chief architect and demonstrates the importance to archTIS that security risk is managed as a foundation of the company’s information management strategy, product development and data centric security program.
CEO and Managing Director Daniel Lai said “the archTIS board recognises information security as one of our top priorities and the importance of protecting our company and clients’ assets. With his deep domain expertise in securing government and defence environments, Nick is perfectly suited to lead archTIS’ security and information strategy and practices to meet our mission of being trusted to safeguard the world’s most sensitive information.”