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Australian cyber technology company Penten has established a specialist business unit dedicated to securing sovereign communication technologies for defence and emergency services. The unit was launched at Penten’s Canberra headquarters by Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Melissa Price MP today. Penten’s new business unit, Tactical Communications Security, aims to support Australian...

Read the full article. On Tuesday 10 November 2020, Penten was named by the Australian Financial Review as a successful and growing cyber business despite the difficult year 2020 has been for many. The pandemic has accelerated a digital transformation with two years of growth occurring within just two months. This,...

On Tuesday 13 October, Matthew Wilson, CEO of Penten, received a Highly Commended award for the Male Champion of Change category in the AWSN (Australian Women in Security Network) Awards. The award aims to recognise individiuals working to shift entrenched gender inequalities by championing for more equality in the IT security...

Australia offers cutting-edge cyber security technology solutions, and these are valuable to a world-wide audience. Exporting to the UK is not always simple however, and Penten would like to offer some guidance and tips, on how we navigated the export landscape in the UK. In collaboration with AustCyber, we are pleased...

In an Australian first, a group of innovative, sovereign cyber companies collaborated to create a successful pilot of a fully online, collective cyber training program for the Australian Defence Force. Australian businesses: Cydarm, Elttam, Penten and Retrospect Labs each with expertise in niche cyber technology came together to tailor a solution for...

Artificial Intelligence is changing the nature of contemporary military operations, from intelligence gathering and analysis to effectors at the tactical and strategic level, for the ADF, AI will serve as a powerful force multiplier explains Ben Whitham and David Liebowitz of Australian cyber company, Penten. View the full article at...

Australian sovereign C4 SMEs secure an unsolicited proposal with army for a new sovereign defence industry cooperative model

Seventeen Australian companies have joined the C4 EDGE (Evolutionary Digital Ground Environment) Communications Program, to scope the demonstration of a sovereign land battlegroup and below communications environment for the Australian Army. The C4 EDGE...

AI Led Military Advantage. Future conflict is likely to see vast numbers of sensors feeding commanders rapidly changing updates about force disposition, soldier health, adversary activity, logistics consumption and multi-spectral observations. This data, when overlaid against the shifting mission objective, creates a decision environment characterised by too much information to...

Announcement anchor tenancy Launch

UNSW Canberra has welcomed local Canberra cyber security company Penten as the anchor tenant at the University’s new collaborative workspace precinct; Launch on Northbourne. UNSW Canberra Rector, Professor Michael Frater said that the concept of Launch is about the power of collaboration and Penten will be a leading contributor to the...

Penten, a local cyber security company has been successful receiving funding under contract with AustCyber, the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network to provide secure network access to a pilot group of regional SMEs and academia. This project represents turning point for Defence industry. The opportunity will provide Aussie SMEs with means...

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