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AR9, archTIS Limited
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post Posted: May 28 2019, 03:57 PM
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Kojensi Gov achieves endorsed cloud product status by the Federal Digital Transformation Agency
• The Cloud Services Panel is the largest cloud services procurement panel for the Australian government, accessible by Commonwealth, State and Territory governments, as well as universities and local councils.
• The CSP enables these institutions and agencies to sole source Kojensi Gov directly from the panel, shortening and simplifying procurement processes
• Inclusion on the CSP is an endorsement of Kojensi Gov by the Digital Transformation Agency as being “value for money” for government agencies and institutions
• Represents a key milestone in archTIS’ go-to-market strategy
- and S/P drops ... makes one realise the hoops needed to go through (is v thinly traded)



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archTIS Limited (ASX:AR9) is a trusted information sharing technology company that specialises in the design and development of products, solutions and services for information security, data protection, management and content collaboration.

Following a successful Initial Public Offering on 21 September 2018, the Company is poised to launch its first commercial offering, Kojensi Gov, in April 2019.
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• archTIS is headquartered in Canberra and employs 24 staff – both full time and contractors. Employees hold high levels of security clearance and product accreditation (up to Top Secret with Australian and US Departments of Defence).

• Its proprietary technology, currently in use by the Australian Department of Defence, enables trusted information sharing between governments and organisations, in a secure, protected environment, at the highest levels of security

• Its technology and staff meet the strictest compliance, security standards and protocols

• Commercial product suite is undergoing final Beta activities, with the first offering – Kojensi Gov – to be launched in April 2019

• archTIS has transitioned from a consulting services business to a software platform company, with SaaS product-based revenues expected to gain traction following Kojensi Gov launch

• Cash at bank $5.4m at 31 December 2018. Cash burn expected to materially decrease post-launch of Kojensi Gov

- the "Top Secret" accreditation poses a real barrier to entry for others hoping to win DoD work.

Kojensi, built with security at its core, is the only solution that allows government agencies, organisations and companies to share and collaborate on classified documents, straight out of the box. Built using a unique security model, known as Attribute Based Access Control (ABAC), Kojensi is the most secure platform for this level of collaboration.

Other solutions attempt to add security on as an after-thought, leaving vulnerabilities that result in data breaches



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Up 40% today.

Kojensi soon to be up and running. Making +ve noises



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• The Commonwealth Attorney General's Department (AGD) has expanded its existing Kojensi Gov Beta Program to include the Commonwealth Government’s Aged Care Royal Commission

• The expanded Program doubles the number of users and significantly expands the use case of the Kojensi Gov offering

• Provides strong validation of the Kojensi Gov product offering and demonstrates the value attributed to the offering by the AGD

• Process to certify Kojensi Gov’s handling of information up to PROTECTED classification is currently underway and will significantly expand its potential customer base once granted

• Formal commercial launch of Kojensi Gov remains on track for H1 2019

..... "archTIS is pleased that, such an important event as the Aged Care Royal Commission which demands the highest standards and integrity, sees that potential in our product.”

- one could assume the 12 week trial is ticking along smoothly?



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[AR9] said the listing on the ASX would progress the development and commercialisation of a suite of secure content and collaboration software products, called Kojensi, for the government and commercial sectors.

...Managing Director Daniel Lai said overwhelming demand for the company’s products had driven the capital raising and listing, which will enable it to accelerate the development of those products, with testing of the new product range starting later this year.

He said there was a need for federal and state government agencies to share and collaborate on information securely, as well as those industries that service government and were part of the supply chain. ArchTIS had proven experience in secure information collaboration and sharing within the highest security areas of government.

“The difference between us and other products is that we solved a problem in the top secret space in the Department of Defence and what we did is take that security model and apply it to this new government platform, Kojensigov, and apply it to a lower level. So we’ve come down from top secret, not having to build it up, that’s a huge differentiation,” Mr Lai said.

The cloud-based Kojensi suite of software solutions treated security and information sharing as one issue, whereas traditionally, these two challenges were treated as mutually exclusive.

“You don’t do security as an afterthought, which is what has been happening - people developing products then working out how do I secure it,” Mr Lai said. “Often when we wrap security around the product, instead of embedding it in the product, you always end up with vulnerabilities and loopholes.”

The company’s outlook is global, with products already accredited in the US. The same challenges were confronting agencies around the world, and they were all looking for a similar solution, Mr Lai said. He said the Canberra company, which started in an O’Connor kitchen 12 years ago, was proud of its roots and now had deep knowledge, deep experience and a deep relationship with government.

“The thing we’re excited about is when we talk to the US and the UK we’re leading the world in this, and I know you have other markets out there like the Israeli cyber security market and the US. We’re just fiercely proud to lead Australia in this space and demonstrate that to the rest of the world. That’s the goal here - to deliver a world-class company from Australia and from Canberra,” he said.

Mr Lai said archTIS was part of a very strong community in Canberra in the cyber-security space, including Penten which has just been named Telstra Business of the Year. He said the company had attracted an extremely high-calibre board, including former Labor federal minister Stephen Smith, which showed confidence in its future.

The capital raising was supported by existing well-known investors SG Hiscock and Merchant Group, which have been long-term supporters of the company and have increased their holdings via the IPO fundraising round.
https://the-riotact.com/canberra-cyber-secu...-listing/266197





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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Sep 24 2018, 02:48 PM

What hasn't been mentioned (the goss during the Sophisticated investor 20 max, half a million, round) was that as well as access
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...within the highest security levels of the Australian Government..
AR9 also had highest level US Govt clearance, including one of only two cleared at the Pentagon.

- this may or may not be true, and may not continue as such, but it would represent enormous leverage if AR9 is able to get its products up and running. Dyor



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"Every long-term security is nothing more than a claim on some expected future stream of cash that will be delivered into the hands of investors over time. For a given stream of expected future cash payments, the higher the price investors pay today for that stream of cash, the lower the long-term return they will achieve on their investment over time." - Dr John Hussman

"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 


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After a delay, floated on Friday @ 20c.

Earlier money using liquidity to monetise .....down to 17c
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archTIS is a Canberra-based firm that specialises in the design and development of products, solutions and services for secure information sharing and collaboration. Our products and solutions have the ability to apply and enforce dynamic, policy-driven access controls at the user and information level.

Established in 2006, archTIS has over 10 years’ experience delivering secure information and identity management services and solutions within the highest security levels of the Australian Government.

... as written up by Wise Owl, earlier:
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Canberra-based cybersecurity company archTIS is expected to list on the ASX on August 27 to commercialise cloud-based cybersecurity software solutions the company says are capable of holding "top secret" classified information.

The name archTIS is an amalgam of the words architecture and TIS, the acronym for trusted information sharing. Historically, archTIS has generated revenues from consulting services to government clients, including the Australian Defence Department, and the delivery of these projects has resulted in total revenues of $13 million over the past six years.

Post-listing, the company's primary focus will shift away from consulting and towards commercialising its software solutions, Kojensi and DataKloak, two cloud-based content-sharing and collaboration platforms targeted at government clients and large commercial corporations. These products are still in the development stage and most of the $10m raised funds will be used for ongoing product development, sales and marketing and general working capital.

The purpose of Kojensi is to facilitate sharing of electronic information and enable privileged access to large corporations with different security clearance levels. In 2016, the Australian Department of Finance paid for a proof-of-concept trial of Kojensi.

An investment in archTIS is highly speculative and there is no guarantee of future profitability as the company seeks to commercialise unproven IP in a highly competitive industry with few barriers to entry. Despite a 13-year track record, the company generated only $100,000 in revenue during FY17, essentially starting from scratch.

To date, cybersecurity plays have performed poorly on the ASX — including Tesserent (TNT), Covata (CVT) or WhiteCliff (WHK) to name a few — IPO investors may be hoping that archTIS has a top secret plan to buck the trend.




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"Every long-term security is nothing more than a claim on some expected future stream of cash that will be delivered into the hands of investors over time. For a given stream of expected future cash payments, the higher the price investors pay today for that stream of cash, the lower the long-term return they will achieve on their investment over time." - Dr John Hussman

"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
 



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