You’re in Safe Hands with OrbusInfinity

A strong partnership starts with trust. That's why our SaaS solution is assessed to the highest standards, and we continue to evolve our offerings as the security landscape changes.

Find out how we keep your data safe and meet regulatory standards worldwide.



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. 

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

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What's IRAP? 

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? 

IRAP has significant potential to protect public data by holding assessed vendors to high security standards  

Mitigates risk of catastrophic data leaks in public sector and government organizations 

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

Our SaaS platform OrbusInfinity is IRAP assessed to PROTECTED level – the program’s highest standard for use of the cloud in a commercial environment. A stringent testing of the security functionality of our product, partners, and enterprise, 850 controls were assessed as part of the IRAP Certification procedure. Orbus is the only enterprise architecture provider to have undergone and passed this assessment.  

This accreditation, which is recognized and approved by the Australian government, demonstrates our dedication to surpassing not only the product functionality requirements but meeting the stringent security and compliance requirements of our clients.  

We are committed to providing a secure and reliable platform for all our customers regardless of the complexities of their requirements or their location around the world. 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. 


Further reading

Application Management and Architecture: Opportunities for Cost Reduction and Business Alignment

IT Portolio Management May 19, 2023

This eBook explores governance models for your Application Portfolio, including critical support functions such as vendor management and contract management.

We have all seen Application environments where the number of seats / licenses being charged by vendors does not reflect the number of actual users. You also may have been overwhelmed by the number of CRM systems, Document Management systems, ERP, collaboration tools or data sources that need to be consolidated and optimized. Maybe your Application environment has hundreds of interfaces that are moving data all over your environment, but restricts your ability to be agile and responsive to market change. Or perhaps you’re in a situation where extensive scoping effort is required for a project, and adds significant costs and effort to identify and untangle the spaghetti.

These issues are a significant drag on your agility and ability to respond to a changing customer profile and market opportunities. CIOs and technology teams do not need to look much further than their existing IT function to see if Applications are being actively managed, owned and governed across the Portfolio, or if Projects and business units make all the calls on what Applications are introduced into the environment.

Most companies have a significant embedded cost of past business decisions and poor Application Governance, and are endeavouring to turn back 20-30 years of complexity. CIO’s are endeavouring to balance the need to fix the old and leap frog to the new digital world in their Application Portfolio planning and business stakeholders ask “Why has this been allowed to happen?”

In this eBook, Andrew Swindell describes why and how the Application Portfolio Management function is a critical lever for CIO’s to reduce your IT costs and improve alignment with your key business stakeholders. He outlines the key elements of Application Portfolio Management and explore approaches that highlight how creating some discipline in your Application Portfolio will reduce costs and gain the support of your business stakeholders.