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archTIS unveils new SaaS offering for secure information sharing

The ASX-listed cyber security company has launched a new platform designed to support secure document sharing.

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Thu, 18 Aug 2022
archTIS unveils new SaaS offering for secure information sharing
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archTIS Limited has unveiled Kojensi SaaS v2.0 — a new offering designed to support the secure exchange of sensitive and “export-controlled” content between government, Defence, the defense supply chain, and higher education institutions.

Kojensi SaaS, an Australian government-accredited offering with “protected” cloud certification, is expected to enable small and large stakeholders to securely share and collaborate on restricted information via a controlled information environment.

According to archTIS, Version 2.0 can help organisations meet strict regulatory guidelines and compliance obligations for the sharing of sensitive information.


This could involve assisting firms across the defence supply chain with the management of US International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) regulated information, including controlled unclassified information (CUI).

Specifically, key features of Kojensi SaaS v2.0 include:

  • ITAR-compliant dissemination controls, which allow users to tag, securely manage the access to and restrict sharing and collaboration of files that may have different export controls internally.
  • A new in-app secure document viewer, which enforces read-only viewing of sensitive information for multiple file formats, including CAD files.
  • Allowing users to add a custom digital security watermark containing any user or file attributes to view documents for security and auditing purposes.
  • Expanded search and classification controls to assist with granular management of content.
  • Improved UI for the management of notifications and process management.
  • Enhanced integration points for future technology inclusions.

“Kojensi SaaS enables Defence and the industries that support them to stand up a secure and compliant information sharing and collaboration platform easily and cost-effectively to meet domestic and international Defence information security requirements,” Daniel Lai, archTIS managing director and CEO, said.

“The new export control material capability required for obtaining US Defence contracts or working with US defence industry partners paired with growing demand for Australian government-accredited information sharing platforms, makes Kojensi SaaS well positioned for growth in the Defence industry, particularly amongst SMEs where the cost would otherwise be prohibitive.”

[Related: archTIS lands multi-million-dollar defence deal ]

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