March 2015

Following on from being short-listed for the global Red Hat Certified Professional of the Year, one of Nexor’s technical team, Colin Powers, has been interviewed by Red Hat for its “Success stories” series.

Colin is a Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) with a Certificate of Expertise in SELinux Policy Administration and had a major input into Nexor Guardian, part of our industry-leading SIXA® technology portfolio.

The video below takes you through Colin’s journey of Red Hat Training and Certification in SE Linux and how he uses these skills to create trustworthy technology solutions for a number of global clients, including NATO, where we are delivering the Information Exchange Gateways (IEGs) for its new headquarters in Brussels.


Our adoption of Red Hat for the secure development of our solutions fits into our approach of combining the best of people, process and technology. Nexor is one of a select number of companies in the UK that holds Investors in People Gold status.

You can find out further details on the range of accredited professionals working for Nexor and the types of certification that they hold on this website.

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