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We have been selected to be one of the industry launch partners for a new £6.5m industry and Government scheme to support cutting-edge cyber security research and protect the UK in cyber space.
We are proud to have been unveiled as the new sponsors of Royal Signals basketball in the British Army.
Nexor staff were recently invited to participate in a pilot TickITplus Capability training course as part of the development of the upcoming TickITplus Capability levels.
We’re delighted to have been invited by NATO to present a workshop on new technologies for sharing information at their annual NATO Information Assurance Symposium (NIAS 2015) which will be held in Mons, Belgium this month.
In the space of a week Nexor has received confirmation that it has successfully re-certified three of its external accreditations: Cyber Essentials, TickITplus and ISO 27001.
Several of our accredited professionals have been filmed for a new website that is designed to inspire and inform people about working in the Information Security sector.
Nexor is working with global security and aerospace company, Lockheed Martin, on delivering a secure network infrastructure for a large, European-based program to secure critical communications against cyber attack.
The latest White Paper from Nexor brings the Information Exchange Gateway story up-to-date. It looks at the changing context in which they are being used; recent experiences in deploying them; and what the future holds.
In response to market demand for our expertise we are delighted to launch a new consulting division of Nexor, called Qonex.
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.
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