archTIS Ltd (ASX:AR9) has launched a Federal Sales and Channel Practice in the United States to meet increased government demand for advanced information protection solutions.
Establishment of the US Federal and Defense Sales and Channel Practice leverages the company’s recent entry into the US market with its acquisition of Nucleus Cyber and will build on success in the Australian defence agencies and supply chain markets.
As part of this new initiative, archTIS has appointed Bill Kalogeros to the leadership team as Federal and Defense Industry Base director.
Kalogeros has more than 25 years’ experience as a US federal sales professional and US veteran as well as experience as a business executive with a dynamic career combining channel, business development and sales management responsibilities within highly competitive organisations, industries and commercial and government markets.
Building on success of Australian agencies
archTIS global chief operating officer and US president Kurt Mueffelmann said: “archTIS and its subsidiary Nucleus Cyber provide advanced data-centric information security solutions to enforce the secure collaboration of classified and top-secret information between government agencies, defence and their suppliers – anywhere.
“Increased demand for secure collaboration solutions and rising nation-state threats have created a need to expand our team and establish a US Federal and Defense Sales and Channel practice to build on the company’s success in Australian defence agencies and supply chain markets.”
Kalogeros is a former US Army Ranger and he has held senior-level positions at GE Comstor, Cisco Federal, Bay Networks and MicroAccess, Inc.
In addition to his start-up experience, Kalogeros has worked closely with leading industry prime contractors, capturing large government contract opportunities.
His security industry experience has allowed him to brief members of the US Senate, the Pentagon, Canada Department of National Defense and the US Transportation Security Administration around cyber-security issues and solutions.
Additionally, Kalogeros has spoken at RSA, LinuxWorld and the Techno Security Conference on the topic of Platforms for Secure Military Networks.
In addition, Riley Repko will serve as a strategic consultant leveraging his experience as the former strategic advisor to the US Air Force Secretary and the US chief of staff as well as a retired US Air Force reserve senior officer and combat veteran.
Repko is an entrepreneur, strategist and technology industry executive backed by 30 years of hands-on leadership experience collaborating closely with the private sector and with the military.
The archTIS portfolio of solutions protects against insider threats and ensure secure collaboration of sensitive, classified, and top-secret content.
Dynamic, attribute-based access control (ABAC) enables fine-grained security to reduce risk and enforce zero trust at the file level.