Out & About Archive

Past events Nexor has participated in

To find all of the upcoming events we will be attending, please visit the Out & About page.

IAAC Private Discussion meeting

8th March 2017
As sponsors of the Information Assurance Advisory Council (IAAC), Nexor will be participating in its quarterly Private Discussion Meeting.

IoT Security Foundation conference 2016

6th December 2016
As founding members of the IoT Security Foundation, we are happy to announce that we will be attending this year’s IoT Security Foundation Conference in London.

Defence Winter Dinner 2016

22nd November 2016
Members of the Nexor team will be attending the Defence Winter Dinner being hosted by techUK.

IAAC Private Discussion meeting

16th November 2016
As sponsors of the Information Assurance Advisory Council (IAAC), Nexor will be participating in their quarterly Private Discussion Meeting.

CSIIS Consortium Annual Conference

20th October 2016
We are delighted to be exhibiting at the CSIIS annual conference, a research programme established by Dstl on behalf of the UK Ministry of Defence (MOD) to respond in a timely manner to research needs.

AESIN Conference

20th October 2016
As members of AESIN we will be participating in this years annual conference on the 20th October at the National Motorcycle Museum.

DISA Conference 2016

19-20th October 2016
We will be exhibiting at the Defence Industry Security Association (DISA) Conference. DISA acts as a collective representative body interacting with HM government and agencies within the defence arena.

CyberInvest Conference

18th October 2016
As members of CyberInvest, we will be attending the UK Cyber Security Research Conference on 18th October in London.

To find all of the upcoming events we will be attending, please visit the Out & About page.

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