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Cirrus Networks and archTIS announce partnership

Cirrus Networks and archTIS announced a partnership to resell archTIS’ attribute-based access control (ABAC) information security solutions to customers nationwide.

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Wed, 29 Sep 2021
Cirrus Networks and archTIS announce partnership
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The partnership aims to allow Cirrus Networks, a leading IT solutions integrator, to resell and provide services for archTIS’ NC Protect solution to support enterprise, government and defence clients across Australia with the ability to securely access and collaborate on sensitive and classified data.

According to Chris McLaughlin, acting CEO at Cirrus Networks, partnering with archTIS will help take the company's security offering to the next level.

"It’s fantastic to see two Australian SME’s working together to help protect our customer’s sensitive data using innovative solutions coupled with high quality service execution," McLaughlin said.

The archTIS portfolio of data-centric information security solutions are designed to protect the world’s most sensitive content in government, defence, supply chain, enterprises and regulated industries through attribute-based access and control (ABAC) policies. NC Protect is aimed at providing enhanced information protection for file access and sharing, messaging and emailing of sensitive and classified content across Microsoft 365 apps, Dropbox, Nutanix Files and Windows file shares.

Matt Kluken, vice president and general manager APAC of archTIS, is looking forward to the working closely with Cirrus Networks via the newly forged partnership.

“I'm excited to announce our partnership with Cirrus Networks to expand their data security solutions portfolio with NC Protect to empower their customers to safeguard sensitive and confidential information from internal threats with policy-based, data-centric information security for their Microsoft collaboration applications,” Kluken said.

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