UK GOVERNMENT PUBLISHES ITS OFFICIAL CYBER SECURITY SUPPLIER LIST

September 2014

Nexor has been named as one of the UK Government’s official cyber security suppliers in a list of just 30 companies in recognition of the solutions that we have provided to various governmental departments.

HM Government logo news feature - UK Government's Official Cyber Security SuppliersThe UK Government’s Cyber Growth Partnership originally developed the scheme, which is now administered by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (DBIS). For the first time it enables cyber security suppliers to the UK Government to be able to reference this fact publicly.

Nexor’s Managing Director, Andy Kays, was delighted at the publication of the official list:

“For over two decades we have been a trusted supplier to UK Government. Our long-term relationships have enabled us to deliver trustworthy solutions to the heart of its operations. The publication of this list is very important as it allows the cyber security industry to identify who has a track record and is trusted by the UK Government to protect its information and assets.”

Examples of our recent solutions include providing a network monitoring solution to one UK Government Department and implementing a secure evidence store for another.

The official cyber security supplier list is available on the DBIS website.

 


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