Nexor represents the best of British cyber security

March 2016

We have been chosen to represent the UK in a new UK Government brochure showing the UK’s impressive reputation for providing trusted cyber security solutions to organisations / companies around the world.

UKTI cyber security brochure - cover imageDeveloped and published by the UK Trade and Investment Defence and Security Organisation (UKTI DSO), the “Your cyber security – in safe hands” leaflet showcases the breadth of cyber security expertise in the UK and includes case studies on:

  • BAE Systems;
  • Protection Group International (PGI) Cyber Academy;
  • Nexor;
  • Assuria Ltd; and
  • CESG, the Information Security Arm of GCHQ.

Nexor was the featured case study for the Secure Network Infrastructure section. The case study referenced our work with NATO over a number of years to enable it to securely exchange information internally and with its 28 partner nations. Nexor mentioned in UKTI leaflet The full brochure can be downloaded from the UK Government website.


Dynamic Risk Management – The Path Less Trodden…

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.

Nexor Treasure Hunt Competition Winner!

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.

File transfers for a data guard: automate or manually review?

Whilst the global online environment is seeing an increase in cyber threats, companies and government bodies still need to share information, including sensitive intelligence documents, in a secure way within their organisation.

Our Accreditations; Investors in people; ISO 9001; Cyber Essentials; ISO 27001; TickIT Plus; HM Government.

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