Government Solutions

Identity and Access Management ensures that the people on your network are who they say they are. Administrators use identity management systems to manage access privilege across organisations. Comprehensive identity management solutions enable full identity life cycle management. In other words, this allows automated updates to a digital identity as an employee moves through environments.

Also, identity management systems reduce the risk of internal and external breaches across organisations. Cogito Group can aid in the development and implementation of access management policies.

Cogito Group provide professional services to design, install, configure, and operate Public Key Infrastructure capabilities on a customer’s premises. Cogito Group also provide managed PKIs or Public Key Infrastructure as a Service (PKIaaS). This service combines the best security outcomes that can be achieved with a self-managed PKI at a reduced cost.

TaaS makes it easier for government agencies to easily and securely connect with each other and their customers. TaaS SEEMail is a New Zealand Government Solution that ensures secure emails between participating Public Sector organisations. It is an encryption and security service under control by the Department of Internal Affairs (DIA).

The new SEEMail service is being established under the TaaS framework due the old contract vehicle expiring.

Technology-enabled Smart Accommodation (TeSA) is a suite of services that allows staff from multiple organisations that work out of shared accommodation to access and share common resources at that physical site.

Cogito Group’s TeSA services allow for a consistent user experience. It appears simply as if staff are working from a single organisation’s resources, despite securely sharing these resources with other organisations within their building. In addition, TeSA can be configured to enable approved visitors access to their organisation’s network services when present in the building. This enhances productivity as it means they are not confined to limited or dedicated guest services. Such services are particularly beneficial when a visitor is a member of a tenant organisation, but not based in that building, or is a member of a partner organisation visiting the building.