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We are pleased to announce the renewal of our Cyber Essentials certification, as part of our continuous improvement in delivering trusted information exchange solutions.
Nexor is part of a consortium that has secured more than £4.2 million of funding to deliver a pilot scheme that could pave the way for the use of connected and autonomous vehicles to move people around airports, hospitals, business parks, shopping and tourist centres.
As well as showcasing our company’s range of trusted secure information exchange solutions at CYBERUK 2017 in Liverpool, we will also be launching our latest white paper, ‘Enabling Secure Information Exchange in Cloud Environments.’
Nexor recently played a key role in a concept demonstrator programme carried out for the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), part of the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD).
Nexor has contributed to a new Cloud Security Alliance publication that looks at ‘Software Defined Perimeter for Infrastructure as a Service’.
Nexor’s Chairman, Steve Kingan, has been selected to share his advice and experience on selling solutions to the public sector as part of the UK Government’s ‘Open for Business’ campaign.
Nexor has recently incorporated a manual release capability into its high assurance, cross domain guard platform Nexor Guardian. This new functionality provides a mechanism for a “human-in-the-loop” oversight of your most important and sensitive cross domain file transfers.
The UK Government’s CyberFirst scheme for developing a bigger pipeline of young people entering the cyber security industry was launched yesterday evening at a high-profile event by senior government representatives and industry partners, including Nexor.
The dawn of a new era started today at Nexor, with the appointment of Andy Walker as our new Managing Director. He replaces Andrew Kays, who has been Managing Director for the past three years and who will be leaving the company at the end of March to set up his own business.
The IoT Security Foundation have released new papers looking at Internet of Things (IoT) security compliance and guidance. We contributed to the papers as part of being a founding member of the IoT Security Foundation.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
Whilst the global online environment is seeing an increase in cyber threats, companies and government bodies still need to share information, including sensitive intelligence documents, in a secure way within their organisation.
We recently delivered a solution featuring high assurance guards and a cross-domain desktop capability to help the UK Ministry of Defence reduce the set-up time, infrastructure costs and footprint of its deployments.
Another week, another threat to our Critical National Infrastructure as the “Industroyer” malware was announced last week.
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