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Earlier this week, SecureCloud+ CEO Peter Williamson had the opportunity to fly alongside Nick English from Bremont in his Broussard. The focus of the day was our continued support to the Jon Egging Trust and the inspiring work they do developing young people’s life and work skills. Nick English, co-founder of the award-winning British luxury watch brand – Bremont, flew the 1957 Max Holste MH-1621M Broussard aircraft as part of their contribution to raising funds for the Jon Egging Trust.
Peter Williamson said “The whole event was great. Due to Bremont’s generosity in providing yesterday’s event as an auction prize, it has enabled the trust to benefit and for our organisations, who have a similar ethos, to work together closer on community outreach projects.‘’
We look forward to working with the trust and their mission to inspire the young generation. For more information about the trust please visit https://www.joneggingtrust.org.uk/
On one of the hottest days recorded in the UK, SecureCloud+ graduates, alongside senior members of our team were invited to support the Royal Marines Cricket Club.
The SecureCloud+ team all agreed that it was a fantastic day for a sizzling game of cricket which captured the excitement and tradition of cricket. The result was in the Royal Marines favour as they won with only 1 wicket to spare which ensured that spirits were high during the awards ceremony, courtesy of SecureCloud+.
We are pleased to play an active role in supporting the Royal Marines Cricket Club and would like to thank the entire team for their outstanding hospitality.
The Networked Collaboration Service (NCS) from SecureCloud+ enables the real-time sharing of multi-sourced information/content of known (trusted) and open (untrusted) formats to be processed, visualised and disseminated in real-time. This solution was deployed and provided a secure collaboration service enabling the senior management team to bring together multiple streams of information from classified and unclassified sources and visualise in an immersive environment.
This Service delivers a Collaboration Environment accredited at OFFICIAL-SENSITIVE which allow communication and collaboration between personnel and a closed community of academics and scientists. SecureCloud+ provides A dedicated user working environment including Office automation, A secure collaboration environment that facilitates the creation, storage and sharing of documentation and other information at OFFICIAL-SENSITIVE.
The SecureCloud+ NCS (Networked Collaboration Service) provides a hybrid data fusion system which operation teams to bring together multiple security domain intelligence, and visualise an immersive collaboration environment.NCS (Networked Collaboration Service) supports the MoD in bringing together situational awareness data across multiple sources, so that operational HQ and deployed nomadic users can collaborate on fused intelligence to enhance operational capabilities.
This current service delivers an Application Hosting Environment to host a Microsoft Time Recording application. The project and the time recording elements were successfully delivery to time and following a period of early life support has been transitioned to a fully managed service.
KESTREL provides a flexible and open PaaS architecture, creating an open and secure enablement platform for Cyber Defence applications to be deployed within the client’s project. The project was successfully delivered with its first live applications in under 5 months from contract award in both security domains, with the ability to support over 50 (fifty) planned unique applications.
SecureCloud+ are delighted to announce that we have passed our ISO 27001 and ISO 9001 certification following our annual visit from the British Assessment Bureau on Monday 1st July 2019. The auditors systematically went through the clauses of both standards to verify our compliance which resulted in zero major and zero minor non-conformances. A tremendous result.
Peter Jackson from SecureCloud+ said, ‘By achieving Certification demonstrates that SecureCloud+ has systematic processes in place which ensure we achieve quality, improve security, protect our assets, promote efficiency and above all, meet customer requirements. These certifications are in recognition of SecureCloud Managed ICT solutions for Government, Intelligence and Public-Sector organisations.’
ISO 27001 and ISO 9001 is a system for managing the information security of a businesses. It minimises the risks of security breaches and increases client trust.
SecureCloud+ would like to celebrate Reserves Day and commemorate all the reservists who give up their time to serve in our country. Today, a reservist and SecureCloud employee Liam describes how he balances working for SecureCloud+ and military life.
‘I always had the desire to be part of the Armed Forces, but as my personal circumstances changed a full-time role in the military was no longer an option. Joining the British Army, as a reservist, has allowed me to fulfil my career aspirations inside and outside of the military.
Being a reservist has taught me many skills which I use in my current role as Sales Support for SecureCloud+ such as the ability to liaise with all ranks of the military and an understanding of their vision. I was originally attracted o SecureCloud+ because they were Silver Award Winners of the Armed Forces Covenant and actively employed Veterans and Reservists. Serving reservists like myself, receive 2 weeks extra leave in order to fulfil our annual training camp. The Company also supports several military focused charities like Combat Stress, RAF Benevolent Fund and actively support the military in various outreach projects. The Company is supportive in many ways and with its mix of diverse personnel, has created a refreshing workplace which I enjoy working in. ‘’
SecureCloud+ would like to thank Liam and Reservists across the UK for their dedication.
SecureCloud+ is proud to have attended the AOC RAF 22 Group Conference at MOD Lyneham on 19th & 20th June. More than 180 senior personnel, including a part of 22 Group Defence School of Electronic and Mechanical Engineering (DSEME) attended the conference. The conference theme was Growing the Next Generation which focused on looking at innovation in training, education and modernisation.
The conference was a great platform for us to demonstrate our Networked Collaboration Service (NCS) which is currently in service throughout the MOD but also at RAF Cosford, No 1 Training School which is part of the 22 Group. We were able to share with the wider audience how we are transforming Defence training to deliver better training to more people, in Realtime and over geographically dispersed locations at a reduced cost.
During the conference we were able to connect to one of the MOD’s live virtual learning environments (VLE) LEARN and ingest other training material and live feeds from various sources.
We would like to extend our thanks to the RAF No 22 Group RAF and Air Vice Marshal Warren James and his team for inviting us to contribute.