Supporting a safe and productive workforce with WHA and Vault Cloud
compliance to government regulation, WHA opted to migrate
their web platform to secure Vault Cloud infrastructure. Vault’s
Australian sovereignty stance was a major draw for WHA, as
they can be assured that all data is hosted locally in Australia
and help to contribute to certain compliance legislation.
Cirrus Technologies - Integrating FinTech Within a Secure Environment
Vault partnered with Cirrus to execute a nimble migration process that satisfied all of their needs. As the application is hosted exclusively in Vault Cloud’s Australian data centres, Cirrus’s clients enjoy better performance and availability, making for a considerable improvement to customer experience.
Cydarm - Protecting its Clients Data and Instilling Customer Trust
In its quest for growth, Cydarm saw an increased need by customers for secure cloud solutions to protect vital data at the highest level.
Cybermerc - Protecting Your Organisation
Cybermerc is an Australian cyber security service provider that aims to protect public and private organisations from malicious cyber attacks.
Cybermerc’s solutions are built on Vault Cloud’s secure cloud platform; they provide specialist services designed to deploy threat intelligence and enable rapid threat hunting by using unique data sets from the latest malware campaigns.
FifthDomain - Working Together
The team at FifthDomain connected with secure sovereign cloud provider Vault Cloud through industry links, including the AustCyber community. Together the businesses identified a unique fit across both companies.
“At FifthDomain, we had recognised the need for a new cloud provider as our requirements changed. After speaking with the team at Vault, there were a number of ways in which their services aligned with our immediate and longer-term needs.” explained Wilcox.
ArchTIS - Built on Vault
Like Vault Cloud, ArchTIS was founded in Canberra to address unique gaps in government data security. Originally built for the Department of Defence, ArchTIS created a Trusted Information Sharing platform to address highly secure collaboration requirements between governments. The platform, Kojensi, was redeveloped as a cloud service and initially tested then deployed to the Attorney General's Department and then to the Commonwealth Ombudsman, both requiring an accredited Protected platform to share classified or sensitive information between agencies.
Using the Kojensi Classified Information Sharing and Collaboration service, government agencies can implement shared compartmentalised workspaces in minutes for inter-agency and industry partners to securely share, edit and collaborate on sensitive key projects. All data is entirely hosted on and secure in Vault’s ‘Protected’ Government Cloud.
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Vault CloudⓇ delivers peerless security with TOP SECRET controls. When you’re operational on Vault Cloud, you’re ready to sell to security-sensitive customers.
Vault CloudⓇ services, and the data they process, are located entirely in Australia and within Australian jurisdiction.