Nexor launches Formal Messaging at DSEi
Nexor Formal Messaging solutions deliver policy-based mechanisms to control electronic communications. Information superiority through policy compliance, accountability and security
8 September 2003 – Nexor, a provider of high assurance messaging and directory solutions, will launch its 'Formal Messaging' solutions to the defence industry at DSEi, the international defence systems and equipment exhibition held in London.
Formal Messaging solutions are launched at a time when modern warfare is as much about information superiority as it is about manpower. In today’s defence industry, ensuring the timely and secure delivery of information is critical to the efficient management of military operations.
'As the need for information superiority becomes more prominent, an organisation’s ability to adapt to changing circumstances and reflect these changes in its electronic communications is key to maintaining superiority,' explains Liz Thomas, Marketing Manager, Nexor.
Nexor’s Formal Messaging solutions offer defence organisations:
- Complete assurance. By ensuring confidentiality and integrity, electronic communications are given a level of authority and provide messages with non-repudiation of origin and assurance of delivery.
- Policy-based control. Data labelling and access control ensures that only authorised parties can send and receive classified information, and that the appropriate handling policies are applied to each message. In addition to standard policy-based control functionality, Nexor Formal Messaging solutions provide security label mapping capabilities to ensure that data can pass between one organisational policy and another.
- Roles-based messaging. In a constantly changing environment, roles-based messaging ensures that those within a defined role can read a message while retaining individual accountability and maintenance of the appropriate security policies.
- Guaranteed delivery to a point of action. Prioritised delivery management ensures that messages are received in a timely manner and that priority messages receive the appropriate level of attention.
'With the number of partnership networks growing and more new members entering into existing partnerships, the need for interoperable secure electronic communications has never been greater,' adds Thomas. 'Because Nexor Formal Messaging solutions are available on multiple platforms, all elements of message handling work seamlessly across partner networks, ensuring that both communications and security policies can be shared across international borders.'
Nexor has over a decade of experience in supplying international government and defence customers with a range of communications solutions. Formal Messaging solutions combine Nexor’s experience with capabilities in security, data labelling, access control and roles-based messaging to deliver a uniform approach to secure message handling.
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