JOINT PRESENTATION WITH UK MINISTRY OF DEFENCE AT NATO CYBER CONFERENCE
We have been invited by NATO to present a workshop with the UK Ministry of Defence 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.
Our joint presentation with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), part of the UK Ministry of Defence, will be on “Adopting high assurance guards and secure browse to support new ways of working in deployable environments” .
High Assurance Guards and Browse Down technologies have been incorporated into a demonstrator as part of a UK research task to allow the user to work between multiple security domains from a single user access device within a deployed environment. The joint Nexor/Dstl workshop will explore some of the benefits and limitations of this approach.
As well as presenting the workshop, the Nexor team will also be participating in the Exhibition Hall on Stand B45. Visitors to the event can drop by to discuss secure information exchange scenarios, including Information Exchange Gateways, or alternatively please arrange a meeting in advance.
NIAS 2016 is NATO’s number one Cyber Defence event and is the symposium of choice for cyber and network security professionals NATO-wide. Featuring an unrivalled education programme and over 1,000 unique visitors from every segment of NATO, it is the most important date in the calendar for cyber security professionals across NATO.
NIAS 2016 will discuss what NATO can do to increase its resilience in the context of ever more sophisticated attacks, while ensuring NATO forces are secure and defended in a static or deployed readiness posture.
NIAS 2016 takes places between the 7-8th September in Mons, Belgium. The Nexor/Dstl presentation will take place on Wednesday 7th at 3:45pm in workshop theatre Four. We look forward to seeing you there.
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