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Penten has been named as the 2018 Australian Business of the Year at the Telstra Business Awards.

In Melbourne last night, the team at cyber security innovator Penten was crowned 2018 Australian Business of the Year at the Telstra Business Awards.

Penten’s AltoCrypt Stik has been recognised as the Infrastructure and Platforms Innovation of the Year at the 2018 National AIIA iAwards

At the Melbourne Convention Centre last night, the team at cyber innovator Penten was recognised with the 2018 National iAward for Infrastructure and Platforms Innovation of the Year for the AltoCrypt Stik at the National Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) iAwards, the nation’s leading awards program for technology innovation.

Penten has been named as the 2018 ACT Business of the Year at the Telstra Business Awards.

At the National Gallery of Australia last night, the team at cyber security innovator Penten was named 2018 ACT business of the Year at the 2018 Telstra Business Awards.

Penten has been named as a finalist in the 2018 Telstra Business Awards for the Medium & Making Waves category in Australian Capital Territory.

Cyber security company Penten has been named a finalist in the 2018 Telstra Business Awards for the ACT, in the Medium & Making Waves category, recognising its important work and continued rapid growth.

Penten announces Sarah Bailey to take up newly created role of Chief Financial Officer.

Penten, one of Australia’s leading cyber innovators, announces the appointment of Sarah Bailey to the newly created role of Chief Financial Officer heading the organisation’s finance, commercial and corporate operations into the company’s next phase of growth.

Canberra cyber security firm wins $1.3 million innovation contract to deliver AltoCrypt Stik.

Canberra based cyber security company, Penten is changing the way governments access and store classified information, enabling mobility and facilitating the move away from paper to electronic distribution and storage.

Small businesses are set to grow on the back of reforms to Government technology procurement.

Commonwealth IT contracts have been capped at a maximum value of $100 million and/or three years’ duration, to allow smaller players to bid for smaller components of larger projects.

UK and Australian cyber security SMEs collaborate to launch the next generation of solutions enabling mobile access to government networks.

Cyber security SMEs Amiosec based in Gloucestershire, UK and Penten based in Canberra, Australia today announced the launch of AltoCrypt Stik – an all-in-one, deployable High Grade solution enabling secure mobile access to government networks.

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