In a statement, Vault said the two companies were "building a secure ecosystem that protects physical and digital locations as well as the biometric data that enables access to them".
Blair Crawford, co-founder and managing director of Daltrey, said: “There’s a growing need for more secure, seamless and convenient authentication spanning both physical and digital access scenarios.
“This partnership allows for an innovative identity-defined approach to organisational security, helping government and corporate enterprises create secure, productive workplaces.”
By offering biometrics-as-a-service, the collaboration allowed corporate and government leaders to solve their most pressing security, safety and compliance challenges in a simple, cost-effective way.
Vault’s secure data storage solution will be used to store valuable personally identifiable information, including biometric data such as faces, irises and fingerprints on Australian shores.
"All Vault data is protected by security-cleared Australian citizens to ensure the highest level security of Australia’s personal information," the company emphasised.
Vault chief executive Rupert Taylor-Price said: “Access and authentication is a continued concern for government and corporate entities with certain security requirements
“Biometric identity access will provide a robust, secure solution that is backed by the sovereign capabilities of our partnership. It represents an important step in protecting Australian citizens and organisations.”
The two companies will also provide an intelligent middleware platform that integrates with existing access management providers. The secure biometrics-as-a-service solution will be offered to Australian business and government organisations irrespective of the service provider they use.