Focus Area: Security
Nigel Stanley heads up the Security Practice for Bloor Research, and is CEO of Incoming Thought Limited, a Bloor partner company specialising in security consultancy and education.
He has written three books on database and development technologies including Microsoft .NET and is working on a number of security related assignments. Nigel has significant expertise in the field of cyber warfare, cyber terrorism and cybercrime. His current research interests include the use of smartphone and mobile devices as a threat vector to organisational security and he is able to bring his technical knowledge together with practical experience of security work into his analyst work, offering unique insights from the front line.
Nigel is a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, the British Computer Society and the Institute of Directors. Nigel has an MSc in Information Security from Royal Holloway, University of London where he was awarded the Royal Holloway Information Security Group - Smart Card Centre Crisp Telecom Prize for his dissertation "Experimental Analysis of the Security Features of Google Android and Windows Phone 7.0"
Research papers include:
- 22 February, 2011 - Smartphone and mobile (cell) phone security - the new security frontier
- 14 December, 2010 - Cybercrime, Cyberwars, Cyberterrorism and Hacktivism
- 26 November, 2010 - EU Compliance and Regulations - for the IT Professional
- 07 September, 2010 - No Software. No Source Code. No Problem.
- 02 August, 2010 - Voice Data Security - An overview of cellular (mobile) phone interception
- 28 March, 2010 - Practical Steps to Ensure GCSX Code of Connection Compliance and Beyond
- 26 February, 2010 - Database Activity Monitoring
- 05 February, 2010 - The Security Paradox - An APAC study
- 03 February, 2010 - EU Compliance and Regulations - for the IT Professional
- 27 January, 2010 - The strategic use of removable media - A view from the Americas
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