OAIC selects archTIS as latest government client

Tuesday, 02 March, 2021

OAIC selects archTIS as latest government client

The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) has entered into a 12-month contract with archTIS, to use its Kojensi SaaS platform. The contract has an initial total value of $44,412.01, including support services. The contract validates archTIS’s strategy to move towards a more predictable annual recurring/higher-margin revenue model across a more diversified customer base.

archTIS provides software solutions for secure collaboration on sensitive information. The Kojensi platform is designed to share and collaborate on sensitive and classified information for government and industry, to help mitigate threats when sharing information across enterprise boundaries. Kojensi’s attribute-based access control (ABAC) and sharing policies are designed to provide more complete and effective control over information.

The OAIC is an independent agency within the Attorney General’s portfolio that conducts investigations, reviews decisions, handles complaints, and provides guidance and advice. Its primary functions are privacy, freedom of information and government information policy.

archTIS CEO Daniel Lai said the contract also confirmed archTIS’s strategy of supporting clients with their growing information and cybersecurity needs via the active management of electronic materials transferred between external and counterpart organisations.

“As part of its remit, the OAIC conducts activities that require the sharing of sensitive and classified information with other agencies and industry. Because Kojensi is accredited by the Attorney General’s department for use with both government and industry, it is an attractive value-for-money solution for the OAIC,” said Lai.

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