January 2015

To satisfy demand from a growing pipeline of contract wins, the New Year sees the arrival of new faces here at Nexor.

Andrew Kays, Managing Director of Nexor, comments:

“Our Trustworthy Technology Solutions are proving a popular proposition to both our existing customer base and from our new markets. Nexor’s philosophy is that cyber security is not just about the technology; the people and process involved in developing solutions are paramount too.

“With a series of contracts signed, and some exciting developments in prospect, the time is right to recruit and we are adding additional resources across our consultancy, development and testing teams. So I’m delighted to see more accredited professionals joining the company – a great way to start the year.”

Robin Fisk Information Assurance Architecture - New contract The first new face for 2015 is Robin Fisk, who joins us as an Information Assurance Architect in our consultancy team. Robin has previously worked at Thales National Security and Resilience, CGI and Atkins Management Consulting.

For the last few years Robin has worked as an architect and systems engineer on bids and projects for the UK Ministry of Defence, GCHQ, NATO and central government departments with the odd commercial project thrown in for good measure.

Robin explains:

“A common feature of my experience is that security and information assurance have played a significant role in these projects; in some cases the need for security has been the overriding concern for the architecture.

“I have spent a lot of time developing architectures for cryptographic systems and producing models showing how the supporting technologies you need for a robust cryptographic implementation can be deployed and made to interact in a secure fashion.

“My experience since joining Nexor has been excellent and I have to say that what I have found particularly impressive is the induction process which is symbolic of the high standards that the company works to throughout.”

We’ll bring you further updates from our new recruits over the coming weeks but for further information on working for an Investors in People Gold company take a look at our careers page.

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