Research & Innovation
Research and Innovation services designed to work closely with you
Our Research and Innovation services are designed to work closely with our customers to help clearly define the problem that needs solving – this is an essential starting point in order to ensure the right design is reached.
Once the problem is well understood, then research, design, and prototype services can be provided, enabling the customer to have a clear view of what to procure, and how to implement and operate that solution in future.
Organisations are constantly having to evolve, in order to juggle the rapid pace of change of technology, ever changing business and operational needs, as well as keeping pace with an ever-changing threat landscape.
These challenges means a different approach to security and information management is needed, and often there isn’t an off-the-shelf solution that meets future needs, or an individual organisation.
Nexor’s Research and Innovation
Nexor is a specialist Information Security SME with an impressive track record of successfully leading, collaborating on, and contributing to, Research and Development for next generation and “generation after next” problems.
Nexor’s Specialists will help to clearly define the problem that needs solving, before providing project leadership and contributions from subject matter experts to propose a solution design.
Nexor also provides rapid creation of prototypes to demonstrate the designs and output from research projects, enabling a clear view of future implementations and further research requirements.
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Innovation & Experimentation
FEATURED CASE STUDY
Researching Secure Boot in Linux (Research & Development Department of a European organisation) - When your trusted experts don’t have the answer, you need someone with the understanding to do the research and the expertise to develop and demonstrate the solution. MORE DETAILS
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