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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.
Nexor Chairman, Steve Kingan, has been selected to represent British small and medium-sized enterprises on a UK Government advisory panel.
Nexor has been selected for the TechMarketView Little British Battler day to be held in London on 15th November.
Nexor Sentinel 4, the latest incarnation of Nexor’s high assurance email guard, will bring both new functionality and an enhanced user experience to facilitate modern working practices.
We have been invited by NATO to present a workshop on High Assurance Guards and Secure Browse at its annual NATO Information Assurance Symposium (NIAS 2016) which will be held in Mons, Belgium next month.
Matching our Olympian athletes in their superb achievements at the Olympic Games over the last few days, Nexor is also delighted to have been awarded Gold by Investors in People; yet again confirming our world class capability.
As an official cyber security supplier to the UK Government, we are pleased to announce that G-Cloud 8 is now officially live and our range of cloud-related security services can be procured via this method.
We have successfully re-certified three of our external accreditations: Cyber Essentials, TickITplus and ISO 27001.
Nexor was featured as industry experts in an article about connected car security.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
The NCSC (National Cyber Security Centre) published 14 cloud security principles in 2016. These principles are designed to give guidance to cloud service providers in order to protect their customers. But do the customers themselves have a responsibility for their own security? Nexor investigates the role of the customer in keeping their data secure.
Traditionally, our approach to managing cyber security risks has been ‘static’ – in the sense that the threat analysis, risk assessment and treatment plan are performed as manual operations ‘up front’ of solution deployment – usually as part of a Secure Development Lifecycle (SDL) – such as Nexor’s CyberShield Secure Development methodology.
For our 2017 Christmas greetings we ran a Nexor Treasure Hunt asking our customers to find the link between Nexor and the buildings in the images below.
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