BlueChilli portfolio startup TokenOne has been announced as one of 12 cloud services providers added to the Australian Federal Government’s Cloud Services Procurement Panel.

At BlueChilli we’re excited to see this recognition of TokenOne’s expertise in providing key cyber security technology, which is of critical importance to securing vital online government services. With more government departments servicing customers online, and growing evidence of hacking from both hostile foreign governments and non-state actors, we know that TokenOne’s solutions and expertise will be of growing importance to securing our nation.

John Sheridan announcing the additions to the panel

John Sheridan, Australian Federal Government chief technology officer. Photo: ARN

TokenOne is a cyber security software startup making it easier for companies and their users to replace passwords, tokens and other forms of authentication with a more secure, cost effective and convenient solution.

With TokenOne the user’s secret PIN is never entered, transmitted or stored. Whether it’s a hacker compromising the user’s computer or a company’s System Administrator, no one else ‘knows’ the user’s PIN.

Investors in TokenOne include Singtel Innov8 (the Singtel Group’s corporate venture capital fund), the BlueChilli Venture Fund, Black Sheep Capital and Mirin Capital.

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