archTIS In The News
Canberra IT security firms ArchTIS, Willyama join Raytheon industry engagement program
Solving Defence Information Access and Collaboration Challenges
archTIS zero trust approach to information protection enforces secure collaboration to mitigate information access, collaboration and sharing risks.
‘No cyber Avengers’: Cyber attack could cost Nine $1m
Cyber attack could cost Nine $1m, say security experts - arch_tis CEO Daniel Lai weighs in on the impact of the Nine Entertainment cyberattack.
Cybersecurity: A Really Current Affair
CEO Daniel Lai says the ransomware attack on Nine could cost the company millions. Watch his interview on AusBiz
The rise of insider cybersecurity threats
Irena Mroz, VP and Co-founder of Nucleus Cyber, and Cyber Work podcast host Chris Sienko discuss all things internal threats, from intentional and malicious attacks to poor employee practices and awareness.
State of Remote Work Report reveals top security issues
archTIS and subsidiary Nucleus Cyber have announced the publication of the 2021 State of Remote Work Security report that was produced in collaboration with Cybersecurity Insiders.
How to combat the security challenges of a remote workforce
A year into the pandemic, 79% of security leaders expressed fears over the risks of staff working from home, says Cybersecurity Insiders.
Studies Offer Glimpses into Remote Work Security Practices
Critical Threat Protection Steps MSSPs, Other Partners Must Take Now
Our NucleusCyber team tells ChannelFutures we must go beyond application access to also control who can access data and what users can do with it once access is granted.
Threat Protection Vendors: Why MSSPs Have to Ramp Up Efforts Right Now
Since Jan. 1, Channel Futures has tracked an influx of vendor announcements about new threat protection products and platforms.
Nucleus Launches Teams Security Offering
Information protection outfit Nucleus Cyber has announced the arrival of a new product designed to simplify security for Microsoft Teams.
Protecting company data in the event of a breach
archTIS shares best practices for protecting company data in the event of a breach in Cyber Risk Leaders Magazine
Nucleus Cyber launches enhanced information security offering
Nucleus Cyber, a global information protection business acquired by Canberra-based cyber security firm archTIS late last year, has announced the latest release of its NC Protect product.
Defence renews Nucleus Cyber contract
The archTis subsidiary’s annual software subscription licence has been renewed by the Department of Defence.
archTIS subsidiary renews software contract with defence
Nucleus Cyber, a subsidiary of ASX-listed Canberra-based cyber security firm archTIS, has renewed an annual software licence contract with the Australian Department of Defence.
Canberra ISV Nucleus Cyber scores subscription renewal with Defence
Canberra and US-based ISV Nucleus Cyber has been awarded a contract renewal with the Australian Department of Defence for its NC Protect solution.
archTIS acquires Nucleus Cyber to expand global footprint
Nucleus Cyber announced that it has been acquired by archTIS. According to the terms of the agreement, archTIS will acquire a 100 percent stake in Nucleus Cyber in an all-stock deal for a total consideration of A$9.75 million (US $7.1 million).
Nucleus Cyber Announces Close of Acquisition by archTIS
According to the terms of the agreement, archTIS will acquire a 100 percent stake in Nucleus Cyber in an all-stock deal for a total consideration of A$9.75 million (US $7.1 million).