Itoc is the 19th AWS partner globally to achieve the AWS Security Competency Status. | Itoc

Itoc is the 19th AWS partner globally to achieve the AWS Security Competency Status.

Announcement: We've Achieved the AWS Security Competency!

Itoc is proud to announce that it has achieved AWS Amazon Web Services (AWS) Security Competency, and is the 19th partner globally to be awarded this status.  

Achieving the AWS Security Competency differentiates Itoc as an AWS Partner Network (APN) member that provides specialised consulting services designed to help enterprises adopt, develop and deploy complex security projects on AWS. To receive the designation, APN Partners must possess deep AWS expertise and deliver solutions seamlessly on AWS.

“Itoc is proud to be one of the four APN partners in Australia and 19th globally to achieve AWS Security Competency status,” said Richard Steven, CEO. “Our team is dedicated to helping companies maintain a strong security posture by providing in-depth solutions that are aligned with AWS security best practises as well as our own internal strategies.”

AWS is enabling scalable, flexible, and cost-effective solutions from startups to global enterprises. To support the seamless integration and deployment of these solutions, AWS established the AWS Competency Program to help customers identify Consulting and Technology APN Partners with deep industry experience and expertise.

Itoc applies a holistic approach to efficiently manage risk in consideration of various security aspects such as human behaviours, infrastructure, data category, threat intelligence and most of all, clients. Ensuring that Itoc’s customers comply with the latest security standards is a crucial part of their ongoing security practise.

Case in point is Itoc’s ongoing engagement with Judo Capital.

Judo Capital is bringing back the craft of relationship banking to transform access to finance for Australia’s small and medium-sized (SME) businesses. Judo is a registered finance company operating under an Australian Credit Licence with the application process underway for a full licence to become a bank.

As a cloud-native business, Judo Capital is disrupting the Financial Services industry by driving innovation with 100% cloud-based infrastructure. With this innovation, comes much scrutiny and precedence setting with the compliance and regulatory requirements and auditing reporting for the cloud-native financial services company. With a large amount of private and confidential data to handle, Judo had to be certain its IT is highly secure.

From day one, Itoc has been a foundational partner with Judo Capital on their journey, from the design and implementation of Judo’s initial core banking platform on AWS, through to delivering continued innovation, cloud managed services and ongoing security requirements. The AWS platform was designed with security and privacy in mind. Itoc has implemented a Well-Architected security framework based on next-generation security principles, tooling and operating procedures.

“At Judo, we believe technology should be invisible, so we can focus on truly valuable relationships with our customers, unleashing them to grow great Australian businesses. Working with cloud based services and security capabilities, provided by Itoc, has enabled us to remain focused on our true mission, while achieving our vision of an IT-less future…” 

Graham Dickens, CTO Judo Capital

Itoc delivers solutions that offer speed of innovation and delivery to market whilst observing security and architecture best practices. If cloud is core to the success of service development efforts, Itoc would love to hear from you.

Itoc AWS Cloud services

  • Cloud Foundation
  • Cloud Migration
  • Cloud Managed Services
  • Cloud Architecture & Consulting Services
  • Big Data & Analytics
  • Machine Learning

Itoc look forward to combining their proven experience in Security, DevOps and our Financial Services competencies to deliver outstanding solutions for customers’ complex, highly-regulated environments.

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