archTIS to discuss AUKUS impact on information security practices and technologies to secure information exchange between multinational coalitions and supply chain partners
Canberra, Australia – archTIS Limited (ASX:AR9; OTCQB:ARHLF), a global provider of data-centric software solutions for the secure collaboration of sensitive information, today announced it is exhibiting and presenting a session at the annual Military Communications and Information Systems (MilCIS) Conference, which will take place 14-16 November 2023 at the National Conference and Convention Centre in Canberra.
archTIS will showcase the company’s information security products on the ACT Government Booth (Stand 49-50). archTIS has also been selected to deliver an Update Session at MilCIS. Key executives Daniel Lai and Tony Howell will present the opportunities and challenges that AUKUS presents for Australia. The session will delve into the compliance and data security challenges that arise from the transfer of nuclear technology and offer insight into how attribute-based access control (ABAC) can facilitate secure and compliant information exchange.
What: Session 1.7f Update: Solving AUKUS Security and Compliance Challenges with Data-centric Zero Trust Technologies
When: Tuesday, 14 November 2023, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
Where: Fitzroy Theatre
Who: Tony Howell, Global Chief Architect, Defence and Intelligence, archTIS
Daniel Lai, Managing Director & CEO, archTIS
Topic: AUKUS presents an exciting opportunity to Australia, unlocking Defence capability and Industry opportunities. However, regulation of nuclear technology transfer presents data security challenges for Defence and Industry. Recent AUKUS developments and supporting legislative instruments have identified the probable governance pathway for setting rules and expectations when managing participant technology transfers. This governance has not been sufficiently defined at this stage to provide certainty to Defence and Industry organisations as to how they will operate in a compliant manner. Notwithstanding the uncertainty, compliance requirements are likely to evolve rapidly, and any compliance management capability needs to be able to adapt at a similar pace.
Tony Howell and Daniel Lai of archTIS, an Australian sovereign information security company, will present these challenges and how enterprise-scale ABAC can support quickly changing requirements. Specifically, they will:
- Summarise some of the existing regulations (e.g., ITAR, EAR, DFARS, NIST,) and data security challenges they pose.
- Identify key enablers to establish an effective compliance and Data-Centric Security regime across Export-controlled tech data transfer and management.
- Discuss the business and technology challenges in meeting these requirements, especially in complex supply chain scenarios.
- Review the maturity of data-centric zero trust and the ABAC product landscape and where archTIS fits.
Additional information about the session can be found here: https://consec.eventsair.com/QuickEventWebsitePortal/milcis-2023/milcis-23-program/Agenda/AgendaItemDetail?id=246cb945-f737-414e-97b3-2851ba6b8aef
About archTIS Limited
archTIS Limited (ASX:AR9, OTCQB:ARHLF) is a global provider of innovative software solutions for the secure collaboration of sensitive information. The company’s award-winning data-centric information security solutions protect the world’s most sensitive content in government, defence, supply chain, enterprises and regulated industries through attribute-based access and control (ABAC) policies. archTIS products include Kojensi, a multi-government certified platform for the secure access, sharing and collaboration of sensitive and classified information; and NC Protect for enhanced information protection for file access and sharing, messaging and emailing of sensitive and classified content across Microsoft 365 apps, SharePoint on-premises, NetApp ONTAP, Nutanix Files and Windows file shares. For more information, visit archtis.com or follow @arch_tis on X.