archTIS wins contract with security agency
ACT-based archTIS has secured a $535,000 contract to expand the deployment of the company’s NC Protect data protection solution to an unnamed Australian national security agency.
The company’s Nucleus Cyber division’s NC Protect platform is designed to help enforce compliance and data security policies across the Microsoft Office 365, SharePoint, Teams, Yammer, Dropbox, Nutanix Files and Windows file share platforms.
The new contract provides a software licence and support for a period of five years at $107,000 per year, payable upfront.
The agency customer is using NC Protect for secure, policy-based collaboration and sharing of sensitive information using a zero-trust architecture.
archTIS Global COO and US President Kurt Mueffelmann said this contract represents the largest Microsoft IP co-selling opportunity for the company to date.
“We are pleased to see this national security agency extend their use of NC Protect. Tightly marketed and integrated into the Microsoft suite of collaboration tools, NC Protect enables agencies to enforce granular, zero-trust based security at the document level,” he said.
“The growing level of engagement we have with Microsoft field reps through the Microsoft IP Co-Sell program allows us to do more account mapping to identify joint opportunities and ensure customer success.”
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