ASX-listed Canberra-based cyber security firm archTIS has signed a $4.2 million deal with the Department of Defence to carry out risk reduction for multinational information sharing and cross-domain services.
A group of Australian sovereign cyber companies are claiming an Australia-first collaboration to create a successful pilot of a fully online, collective cyber training program for the Australian Defence Force.
Canberra-based technology company archTIS has entered into a contractual agreement with professional services firm KPMG to provide resources to conduct a number of specialised security services for a Commonwealth national security agency.
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