May 2015

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.

Nexor teams up with Lockheed MartinOne of the key components of the network infrastructure is the cross-domain gateway, which can link domains of different security levels. It ensures only content in line with the defined security policy is permitted to pass from one domain to another.

Steve Kingan, Chairman of Nexor, commented:

Our cross-domain gateways will provide seamless connections both within the headquarters of the organisation itself and also between its other internal and external entities. The use of innovative communications and information technologies will give staff extensive capabilities and support modern ways of working.”

The build and test phase has just begun and Nexor will be providing all of the high assurance gateways in the project by integrating a mixture of best-of-breed third party components and its own specialist technology from its industry-leading SIXA portfolio. This includes Nexor Sentinel, Nexor Guardian, Nexor Data Diode and Nexor Border Gateway.

The Nexor cross-domain gateways were selected by Lockheed Martin in line with their Intelligence-Driven Defense® approach to cyber security.

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