We are very excited to announce that Berkeley's Phil Hawthorne is a finalist in the Defence Security Awards 2014 for the category "Outstanding contribution to security by defence industry". Phil has been instrumental in implementing leading-edge ISM-compliant information management within Australian Defence, including the JOCWeb and Nexus (Proteus) solutions that have formed the backbone of Defence's secure information management environment. More information: Defence Security Authority website
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Berkeley is delighted to announce that it has entered into a multi-year contract extension with the Australian Defence Organisation for the support of SharePoint and Nexus (Proteus) based Secure Information Management solutions within Defence. Berkeley Managing Director Mark Naglost praised the decision, which followed an exhaustive review into the capabilities delivered by the Berkeley Nexus solution and the feasibility of alternative solutions from other vendors.
Berkeley was delighted to attend this year's Security in Government conference at the National Convention Centre in Canberra in September. The theme of this year's conference, Mitigating the Trusted Insider Threat, is a topic of keen interest to Berkeley and we were happy to discuss our solutions with a number of organisations and explain how Berkeley customers have come to rely on our solutions to help protect against just such a threat. If you wanted to catch up with us but weren't able to make it, please feel free to contact our team at any time!
Berkeley’s new Enterprise Security Services Platform (ESSP) for SharePoint has attracted significant interest from both Federal and State Government agencies requiring a secure SharePoint solution for their information management. The forthcoming upgrade, which will see some exciting new capabilities in the area of audit reporting, is keenly awaited. We expect to make some further announcements in the near future, so watch this space!
Berkeley has expanded its 15 year partnership with the Australian Defence Force via a project to deliver Information Management (IM) and SharePoint support services to a core component of the Australian Army. The project leverages Berkeley's existing contract to provide specialist secure IM support services across all Defence groups and demonstrates the versatility of the company to deliver services across a wide array of technology platforms. Interested in finding out more?
Berkeley was delighted to attend the MilCIS 2013 event in Canberra at the National Exhibition Centre from 12 to 14 November. If you weren't able to visit our stand and meet some of the Berkeley team, or attend our Product Brief session then don't despair! A video of our Product Brief has been provided below. Contact us for more details, or feel free to visit the MilCIS 2013 website.
Independent research organisation Intermedium has identified Berkeley as the 12th largest supplier of IT services to the Federal Government for the fourth quarter of 2012-13.
Berkeley ranked above some of the world’s largest companies including IBM and HP who ranked 14th and 18th for the quarter respectively. The latest supplier leader board released in early September 2013 confirms Berkeley as one of Australia’s leading suppliers of IT services and demonstrates the capacity of Australian owned and operated companies to deliver services directly to government agencies. Further information regarding how the leader boards are compiled can be obtained from Intermedium (www.intermedium.com.au).
Berkeley has recently added the Australian Federal Police (AFP) as a client, providing information management and support services.
The implementation of the Berkeley delivered solution will enable secure information sharing between the AFP and a number of other government departments, and will enhance the effectiveness of AFP operations.Interested in finding out more?
In our world, you need to be always thinking of the next phase, the next development, the next solution.Anticipating. Predicting. Adapting.
Our most recent patent applications include:
- Systems and methodologies for managing information security across large, complex and multi-domain environments.
- The invention of a device configured to manage the secure ingestion of documents into an information system and the methods for operating such a device.
- A streamlined security-level determination of an electronic document and selective release into an information system.
- Automated redaction (multiple source texts are combined and refined to make a single source of information) of documents based on security-level determination.
Berkeley is delighted to announce ESSP, the Enterprise Security Services Platform. ESSP will enable you to implement an enterprise security platform for SharePoint, enhancing the capability of SharePoint by providing seamless transition of information across multiple security levels and networks.