- archTIS (AR9) has been contracted by Curtin University to use its Kojensi platform apply access controls for an Australian DataLake
- The DataLake is a paid prototype which will generate initial revenue of $62,000
- Kojensi is a secure content and collaboration platform that is used for sharing sensitive and classified information
- Curtin recognised the benefits of Kojensi in protecting data in educational institutions
- Despite the good news, archTIS ended the day 5.17 per cent in the red, with shares closing at 5.5 cents each
archTIS (AR9) has been contracted by Curtin University to apply differential access controls for an Australian DataLake for Space Situational Awareness (SSA) data.
The DataLake is a paid prototype that will implement archTIS’ Kojensi Enterprise and Axiomatic’s attribute-based access control (ABAC) policy engine to provide customised access to data. The paid prototype will $62,000 in initial revenue.
Kojensi is a secure content and collaboration platform that is used for sharing sensitive and classified files and documents.
The data security platform comprises three applications. These include Kojensi Cloud Service, which enables private and public sector organisations to share and collaborate on documents and files; Kojensi Field, which allows military, government, aid and emergency service workers to collaborate in the field; and Kojensi Enterprice, which enables multi-level, multi-coalition and multi-domain collaboration on ‘top secret’-classified information.
Curtin University chose archTIS after recognising the benefits of the Kojensi Platform in assisting cyber resilience for educational institutions through protecting sensitive systems, intellectual property and research.
As of 2019, Curtin University is ranked in the top one per cent of universities worldwide and teaches over 56,000 students.
The tertiary institution is leading a number of national and international research projects in health sciences, astronomy, economics, minerals and energy, crop disease management, and in many other areas.
“This is an exciting announcement for archTIS as it is our first win in the Education and growing Space sectors,” archTIS CEO Daniel Lai said.
This win puts archTIS at the forefront of providing secure differential access to big data services dealing with sensitive information, a key growth market for archTIS given the global explosion of big data analytics and artificial intelligence,” Daniel added.
The collaborative project will likely lead to further exposure of Kojensi to other universities, government departments and funded organisations, and industry participants.
Despite the good news, archTIS ended the day 5.17 per cent in the red, with shares closing at 5.5 cents each.