Government Advisory

We offer governments strategic consulting on cyber security, and can help design and implement infrastructure to protect national and local governments, enabling them to respond to any threats in a proactive manner.


National Infrastructure

We can help create robust national infrastructure by providing security frameworks, training and security monitoring, and coordinating security testing with relevant government bodies. Our incident response solutions help contain and address any threats. We can additionally help with proactive techniques such as threat intelligence, helping to thwart attacks before they begin.


Heavy Industry

We understand how to protect the industrial control systems and associated infrastructure that heavy industry depends upon, and can design bespoke information security frameworks and provide incident response and recovery solutions.


Finance & Legal

Financial institutions are leading targets of cyber-attacks and espionage, offering cyber-criminals multiple avenues for profit through extortion, theft, and fraud. Our solutions for the defence of this sector range from security testing and monitoring through to digital forensics and threat intelligence.



Manufacturing is exposed to many cyber risks including intellectual property theft and counterfeiting of designs by competitors; these can cost huge sums in terms of foregone revenues. Our ‘Risk and Governance’ services help maintain control over research and development activities, our training helps manufacturers understand their risk profile and our security monitoring helps alert companies to any threats.



The public disclosure of personal medical records is the primary cyber risk faced by healthcare institutions. We help protect all such sensitive data by means of rigorous security testing and monitoring.


Retail & E-Commerce

Famous retail names are under constant threat from direct hacking, denial of service and fraudulent imitation, which costs them or their customers billions of dollars annually. Our solutions enable the creation of secure, monitored and robust transaction infrastructures incorporating testing, monitoring and incident response capabilities.

IIJ Europe - Nihon Cyber Defence Joint Seminar

Work from Home environment’s security risk trends and countermeasures
February 25th, 10:00 – 11:00 (GMT) / 19:00 – 20:00 (JST) - Online

In many companies, it was unexpected that most employees would move to work from home all at once.  For this reason, the work from home environment was prepared in a rush, but now that it has be extended for a long period of time and become a new normal.  Under this situation, it is important to understand and visualize the security status of the work from home environment.

In this joint seminar hosted by IIJ Europe and Nihon Cyber Defence, we are looking back on the security risk trends of 2020 with British cyber security experts, and then, a consultant who have conducted many cyber security assessments of work from home environment will discuss the unexpected issues that have come to light through the assessment.


*10:00 / 19:00  – **Opening remarks / Cartan McLaughlin (NCD)

*10:10 / 19:10  – **UK cyber security trends in 2020 / John Noble CBE (NCD)

*10:35 / 19:35  – The most important points for work from home security / Yasuyuki Kaga (IIJ)

*11:00 / 20:00  – Closing

*Shown in GMT/JST

**Lecture is in English


John Noble CBE/ Non-executive Director, Nihon Cyber Defence

Yasuyuki Kaga / Advanced Security Division Security Business Department, Internet Initiative Japan Inc.


  • Time and date: 10:00-11:00 in London/19:00-20:00 in Tokyo on February 25th, 2021
  • Format: Online
  • Organizers: Nihon Cyber Defence Co., Ltd., IIJ Europe Limited
  • Sponsors: Japanese Chamber of Commerce in the U.K.
  • Cost to attend: Free (Advanced registration needed)

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