Tag Archives: CESG

HBR: National Cyber Security Progress – UK Perspective

20 Jun

A recent article in Harvard Business Review, made an analysis of the US Cyber Security status and suggested “Here are four things that the private sector — and I mean CEOs, not CTOs — should be loudly and persistently demanding of Washington right now:…”
Lets take a look at these 4 issues from a UK perspective.
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SE Linux for Android

19 Mar

One of the challenges with a general purpose operating system, it that it is general purpose! It is designed to provide the application developer with a tool set to build their application. When building an application used to enforce security, this is a real challenge.

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Evolution of Common Criteria

5 Mar

Nexor have received Common Criteria certification for our Sentinel Product, as required by our customers. Common Criteria is a scheme that is both much criticised and undergoing evolution.

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Common Criteria Certification for Nexor Sentinel

5 Feb

Nexor has announced the Common Criteria Certification, to EAL4 of Nexor Sentinel – a high assurance, e-mail guard.

In the announcement I am quoted as saying:
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1999 Conference – Risks of electronic attack on Britain’s Critical National Infrastructure

3 Jan

In 1999, In Britain, Margaret Beckett, then leader of the Commons, hosted a closed conference for industrialists and intelligence officials to warn about the growing risk of electronic attack on Britain’s Critical National Infrastructure.
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