CYBERSHIELD SECURE SERVICES
A proven methodology delivering customer-focused solutions
At Nexor, we believe a solution can only be a success if the business context and problem space is properly understood.
To ensure this is achieved we have developed CyberShield Secure, a consultative delivery methodology for working with our customers. It has been designed to put the customer’s business requirements and security constraints at the heart of any engagement and is based on industry best practice for secure engineering.
Our methodology is focused on understanding the customer’s wider operational context and information needs, which can then drive the design of the most appropriate solution.
Our service capabilities
There are three core parts to our methodology:
- Technology Integration.
Our consulting capability allows Nexor to work in partnership with the customer to understand the business context and secure information exchange needs.
The engineering offering provides a secure development capability to build new functionality, if required, in a secure fashion.
The final piece in the methodology is the technology integration capability. This focusses on bringing together all of the components to ensure the solution integrates seamlessly into the business processes and the wider enterprise architecture, and to train the operational and supporting staff.
Trusting the solution
As part of our commitment to delivery excellence, we invest in our certificated process set to ensure that all our solutions meet the customer’s needs in a secure, repeatable, scalable and extendable fashion.
To ensure that these processes are robust and follow industry best practice, we open up our business to independent audit in all areas, providing transparency and trust in all that we do.
Accreditations we hold include:
- ISO 9001 Quality Management system certification;
- ISO 27001 Information Security Management System certification;
- TickITplus Software Quality Management certification (first in the world to achieve this!);
- Cyber Essentials (achieved as one of just six companies in the very first batch of organisations to certify).
We were also a contributor and industry launch partner of the software standard PAS 754 – “Software Trustworthiness – Governance and management – Specification” developed by the Trustworthy Software Initiative (TSI).
RECENT BLOG POSTS
So, Amazon Web Services went AWOL this week, leaving many websites inoperable. But AWS didn’t fail – the real failure for these organisations was having a single point of failure.
The post reflects on the new UK National Cyber Security Strategy, since its launch three months ago. Outlining its main objectives – Defend, Deter, Develop.
Although Japanese government officials have since denied the reports, it seems that a secure network used by the country’s defence forces was breached earlier this year.
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