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Safe File Transfers & the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Cyber Attack

Safe File Transfers & the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Cyber Attack

The Risks of Cyber Cat Flaps So here we are in January 2021, and the significant hacks are already being reported, picking up where 2020 left off. While the cyber industry is still managing the fallout of SolarWinds, Google has announced (with few details of the...

How Covid-19 infected Information Security

How Covid-19 infected Information Security

On Monday 19th October CIISec Nottingham, Derby, Leicester Branch collaborated with BCS Nottingham Derby to host a virtual event, “How Covid-19 infected Information Security”. The event was well attended by 64 security professionals from both organisations. Prior to...

GuarDiode 3.0 Press Release

GuarDiode 3.0 Press Release

Nexor is pleased to announce GuarDiode 3.0, the latest version of our high assurance information exchange product is now commercially available. Nexor GuarDiode solutions enables our customers to create enforced one-way network connections between systems at the...

Cyber Security Is For Life, Not Just October

Cyber Security Is For Life, Not Just October

October marks European Cybersecurity Month (ECSM) and National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM). It can serve as a valuable reminder for organisations to evaluate their position in relation to Cyber Security. This blog begins a series of key topics and takeaways...

Insight into the Murky World of Cybercrime

Insight into the Murky World of Cybercrime

On Wednesday 22nd July, Colin Robbins of Nexor, hosted a virtual Masterclass on behalf of the Nottingham, Derby, Leicester Branch of the Chartered Institute of Information Security Professionals on an “Insight into the Murky World of Cybercrime”. The event was well...

Content, Disarm & Reconstruction

Content, Disarm & Reconstruction

What is Content, Disarm and Reconstruction?  Content, Disarm and Reconstruction (CDR) is the act of scanning and removing potentially malicious code from files. It is most often used within your email inbox, to ensure that any files you receive are safe to open. This...

New Cyber Feasibility Report

New Cyber Feasibility Report

This week the CAVShield consortium announced the publication of the project’s reports into the feasibility of detecting and mitigating vulnerabilities and threats to networks of Connected and Automated Vehicles (CAVs). Jointly funded with industry through Zenzic’s...

It Won’t Happen To Us

It Won’t Happen To Us

When talking to board members and senior executives of SMEs about cyber security, a common phrase we hear is “It won’t happen to us”. This is justified by “We are not sufficiently important”, or “We don’t have anything they would want”. “Well, it did”, Ian Major of...

Does Resilience Reflect your Risk?

Does Resilience Reflect your Risk?

Business continuity refers to the activities required to keep an organisation safe and running during an unprecedented event that interrupts normal service. Within the first 3 months of 2020 we have already experienced 2 very real and impactful threats to businesses....

How to Manage a Homebound Workforce

How to Manage a Homebound Workforce

With the introduction of social distancing and uncertainty over what the future holds, businesses are looking to change the way we work more drastically than ever before. However, there is a historical precedent, 355 years ago in 1665, an outbreak of bubonic plague,...

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