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archTIS to begin user testing of sharing platform in Jan

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ASX-listed Canberra-based cyber security firm archTIS has begun a beta trial of its cloud-based Kojensi Gov platform with the Attorney-General's department to test the market readiness of the product.

A statement from archTIS (ASX AR9) said formal user testing was set to start from January 2019 as A-G department staff would be available at the time after the holiday break.

archTIS announced the deal with the A-G's department in October.

Product and feature familiarisation sessions for the AGD beta participants would go on through December, while archTIS' engineers were working with AGD technicians and cloud provider Vault to ensure that was all was in readiness for the testing period which would take up to 12 weeks.

Vault is certified to provide cloud services at the Protected level for government data, one of five companies in this category.

Kojensi Gov claims to have a unique security model that enables government agencies to share information and collaborate whilst meeting regulatory, security and sovereign compliance requirements for up to Protected classified information.

archTIS chief managing director Daniel Lai said: "Our beta program is crucial for testing the market readiness of archTIS’ new cloud-based version of Kojensi Gov to help ensure its commercial success when launched next year.

"We have now commenced beta program activities and are familiarising end user clients in the Attorney-General’s department.

"I am pleased by the enthusiastic response we have received already. We look forward to the commencement of user testing in January 2019 and receiving their feedback on the platform.”

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