Research posters

Find out more about various research projects we have conducted

With our heritage in research we continue to innovate and apply this approach to creating solutions for our customers in defence, government and critical national infrastructure organisations. Here are some examples of the posters that have been created as part of our research. Just choose the one that interests you and download with one click.

Improving cyber security in the automotive sector

This poster was researched and published under the consulting arm of Nexor, Qonex, the forerunner of our work in the IoT space but now brought under the core Nexor brand.

The poster is based on “Improving cyber security in the automotive industry” using cases from the recent months where security was breached, including the Jeep infotainment recall and the Corvette text braking hack. This poster was presented at the Information Assurance Advisory Council’s (IAAC) annual conference in 2015 and won the best research poster competition.

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Information Based Security Architecture

This research was undertaken as part of a project funded by UK Ministry of Defence (Dstl) via the QinetiQ-led CSIIS industry team (Sirius). The vision of the research was to find a more flexible approach to information sharing.

This poster looks at the challenges and the long term goals to achieving a new information based security architecture. This poster was presented at the Information Assurance Advisory Council’s (IAAC) annual conference in 2014 and won the best research poster competition.

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Digital Natives

UKCEB and Nexor worked together to find out more about the Digital Natives in the workplace. This research identifies who the Digital Natives are and highlights their security habits that could put businesses at risk. This poster was presented at the Information Assurance Advisory Council’s (IAAC) annual conference in 2013.

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