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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.
Nexor continued its support for establishing good practice in software development at the launch of the Trustworthy Software Foundation.
We have been featured in a new UK Government brochure showing the UK’s impressive reputation for providing trusted cyber security solutions.
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