Curtin University has contracted archTIS to apply differential access controls for an Australian DataLake for Space Situational Awareness (SSA) data.
The DataLake is a paid prototype that will implement Kojensi Enterprise and Axiomatic’s attribute-based access control (ABAC) policy engine to provide individually customised access to data repositories.
This is archTIS’ first win in the Educational and growing Space sectors and extends the Kojensi platform’s reach into the growing big data analytics market.
The collaborative nature of the project means further exposure of the Kojensi platform to other universities, government departments, industry participants, and government-funded organisations on a national and international stage.
“This is an exciting announcement for archTIS as it is our first win in the Education and growing Space sectors. It demonstrates the broad demand for Kojensi outside the Government sector and reinforces our recent efforts to pivot the platform to service a larger number of customers. 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. We are pleased to be working with a prestigious organisation like Curtin University on such an important national program. This program will focus the attention of both the global education and space industry on archTIS and our Kojensi platform.” said archTIS CEO, Daniel Lai