Welcome to the April 2016 edition
After listening to customer feedback, we’re pleased to announce the relaunch of our website. It now includes a series of freely available resources on exchanging information securely – there’s our collection of White Papers available for download, and we’ve got a host of informative blog articles. Please let us know if there’s anything else you’d like to see on the site.
Also in this newsletter, we take a look at the introduction of Trustworthy Software Essentials and what this means for the sector.
Plus, there’s news of Nexor being chosen to represent the UK cyber security sector, and our involvement in a joint UK-French military exercise this week.
Thanks for reading.
Steve Kingan, Chairman
Nexor is pleased to announce its full support for the Trustworthy Software Essentials scheme, recently announced by the Trustworthy Software Initiative (TSI).
On our blog we outline what Trustworthy Software Essentials actually means; why we are supporting the scheme; and how our software development is based on the full PAS 754 framework.
We have been featured in a new UK Government brochure showing the UK’s impressive reputation for providing trusted cyber security solutions.
Nexor is the featured case study for the Secure Network Infrastructure section, which references our work with NATO over a number of years.
Our cross-domain expertise has been recognised by Systems Integrator, BT, to support its new Smart HQ capability for command and control centres.
This was demonstrated over the past week as part of “Exercise Griffin Strike 2016” – a live exercise by joint UK and French forces.
Our new animated video character, Bob, struggles to get information in to and out of his secure networks.
This leaves Bob to produce reports based on incomplete or out-of-date information, creating potentially embarrassing, costly or even deadly consequences.
Does this scenario sound familiar to you?
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