Cetrification & compliance

IRAP: You’re in Safe Hands

Discover how OrbusInfinity can help you upgrade your business transformation while securing data and mitigating risks



Standards like the Information Security Registered Assessors Program (IRAP) play a critical role in safeguarding data

According to Office of the Australian Information Commissioner, 45% of all data breaches in the country in the second half of 2022 resulted from cybersecurity incidents. Robust and secure data management practices are no longer just a luxury but a necessity. 

Securing Public Data: The Importance of IRAP Assessment for Cloud Services

What is IRAP?

cloud security compliance


  • A security assessment program launched by the Australian Cyber Security Centre.
  • Assesses whether cloud services and products meet the strict rules of Australia's Government Information Security Manual.

Why does IRAP matter?

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  • IRAP has significant potential to protect public data by holding assessed vendors to high-security standards.  
  • Mitigates risk of catastrophic data leaks in the public sector and government organizations.

What does our IRAP status mean to us and our customers?

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Our SaaS platform OrbusInfinity is IRAP assessed to PROTECTED level. The program’s highest standard for use of the cloud in a commercial environment.

We are committed to providing a secure and reliable platform for all our customers. By meeting IRAP's rigorous standards, we can ensure that our clients can trust us with their data, helping to drive operational transformation, cloud migration, and system modernization securely. 


Our customers have spoken

"One of the best features of OrbusInfinity is the solutions HUB. This provides a lot of additional features such as integrations with CMDBs, access to reporting and analytics which ensures we can achieve so many areas that are of interest to us."

Enterprise Architect, Healthcare

Why Orbus

Business Process Analysis

Closer to our Customers: Orbus Software attend IRM UK's Business Analysis Conference 2015


Saad is based at Orbus Software’s London Headquarters. Joining as a Business Consultant, he has recently transitioned into a Business Development role, managing the Africa and Middle-East regions. Saad has worked on countless projects for industry leading organizations in both the EA and BPA domain. Here he shares his account of Orbus’ recent attendance of IRM UK’s Business Analysis Conference Europe 2015 where he led his perspective session ‘Achieving Business Analysis Maturity: A Repository-led Approach’.

Orbus Software is known for two things, revolutionary business solutions, and a complimentary knowledge base on our website. One of the biggest drivers for the success of both has been the feedback and suggestions of our customers and users. With this in mind, in Q3 2015 we created a new initiative that would allow us to meet more-and-more people all around the world, and assist them with their learning and development, programs and projects, whilst giving us the chance to capture their valuable thoughts, and ideas on how we can improve.

I kicked-off this initiative by attending the IRM Business Analysis Conference Europe in London last week. Our goal at the two-day conference was to meet as many people as we could, and to answer as many questions as we could. Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed early on Tuesday 22nd September, the Orbus Squad met at London HQ to pick up our gear and marched to the venue.

As the sugar from the breakfast muffins and coffee provided was kicking in, the first of the delegates started to enter the hall. Some had heard of us already, others were surprised they hadn’t heard of us already. To keep in touch with our new friends, the organisers had provided us with USB stick sized scanners that allowed us to zap name badges to save contact details, with consent of-course, so off we went to play corporate laser-tag.

I was also fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to present as part of Orbus attending the event. A 20 minutes slot on a special topic. My session was on ‘Achieving Business Analysis Maturity: A Repository-led Approach’. With a full house, and trying not to blind myself with the projector’s light whilst walking-and-talking, I was happy to see many nods of agreement and understanding to much of what I was rambling on about, it was a pleasure to see a lot of the same people visit the Orbus desk after the presentation for a face-to-face chat and exchange contact details.

The event was a success! And is one of many to come as part of the new initiative. Orbus will be aggressively ramping up attendance to events globally, as well as organising our own customer events. We look forward to seeing you there, and please do let us know if you have any suggestions on where we should be next. 


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