MEET US AT DSEI - STAND N7-169

Taking place between the 10th -13th September we will be showcasing the latest in cross domain interoperability.

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SHARE YOUR INFORMATION SECURELY

Balance your information exchange requirements and operational constraints to find the right solution.

SEE OUR WORK FOR THE UK MINISTRY OF DEFENCE

Making communications and information systems flexible and responsive using High Assurance Guards and Segregated Browse capabilities.

A BEST PRACTICE TECHNICAL ARCHITECTURE

Find out how our Secure Information eXchange Architecture (SIXA) has been used in solutions by defence, government and critical national infrastructure organisations.

SECURE SYSTEM UPDATES SOLUTION

Don’t leave your secure networks open to known cyber vulnerabilities. Our solution achieves a timely and efficient automated transfer whilst ensuring no data loss.

Information Exchange & Cross Domain Security Specialists

Helping organisations get information into and out of secure networks

Our customers need protection from advanced cyber threat actors.

We enable the secure exchange of sensitive information, between domains.

We manage cyber-security risks according to the UK National Cyber Security Centre guidance.

We take an outcome-led approach supported by mature processes, professional staff and accredited technology.

Nexor guarantees that our services and solutions address our customers’ governance and accreditation requirements.

“A demonstration of Nexor’s commitment to, and strong affiliation with Defence and the Royal Signals in particular.” Spokesperson for Royal Signals, British Army

“We are particularly pleased that the Nexor solution gives us access to information from other networks in near real-time” Spokesperson for FCO Services, UK Government Agency

“We achieved our primary objective of finding a proof of concept architecture that was technologically feasible and simple to implement.” Spokesperson for a European Police Force

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