SingaporeArchTIS Limited a global provider of innovative software solutions for the secure collaboration of sensitive information, announced that the company has signed an agreement with the Australian Department of Defence to conduct a proof of concept to assist with modernising their workplace environment.

The Australian Department of Defence (Defence) has signed a total contract value of A$4.06 million, including GST, for software licences and services to conduct a proof of concept (PoC) to modernise their workplace environment. archTIS will deploy NC Protect, Microsoft  and third-party software products to evaluate their productivity, compliance and security gains for the Defence office environment and its users. Defence is an existing NC Protect client. This contract provides a new opportunity to demonstrate the product’s utility across a  broader use case in Defence. The PoC will commence immediately and is expected to be completed by the end of the 2023 calendar year. The contract can be terminated by the Commonwealth at their convenience with the full contract amount becoming payable to the Company upon termination.

ArchTIS’ NC Protect dynamically secures sensitive information by applying zero trust  enforcement policies and data-centric access controls across Microsoft 365, SharePoint on premises and file share environments.

Daniel Lai, archTIS Managing Director, said: “This contract is an important step for Defence to evaluate the productivity gains. We believe that NC Protect can contribute to the way the department works on and secures information in a modern workplace environment. The need to increase productivity, security and speed across Defence has been identified in the newly released Defence Strategic Review, this initiative is a small but important part of  that cultural change.”

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