POSTPONED - ISCF Digital Security by Design: Technology Enabled Business-Led Demonstrator Stage 1 - London
******Following yesterday’s updated Government advice to avoid non-essential travel, we have taken the decision to postpone today’s Digital Security by Design competition briefing webcast, because it involved a number of Innovate UK and KTN staff travelling to London to present in person. We hope to reschedule this to a purely online event and will be in contact again soon with further details.******
The ISCF Digital Security by Design (DSbD) team is launching an up to £5.8 million Expression of Interest (EOI) for UK businesses to collaborate on digital security by design business-led demonstrator projects in which an additional technology ingredient or ingredients are required.
The DSbD challenge has set an ambition to radically update the foundation of the insecure digital computing infrastructure by creating a new more secure hardware and software ecosystem. These new security capabilities will underpin future digital products and services.
Technological developments across the fast-evolving computing landscape, which are required in a secure system, create a compelling need to develop and enable additional technology ingredients to bridge the Technology Platform Prototype, which is being developed through the DSbD programme, into an applicable market demonstrator.
Expression of interest
The aim of this EOI competition, therefore, is to provide an opportunity to bring forward a technology ingredient or ingredients and allow additional time to develop, mature and integrate it into a business led demonstrator anchored on the Technology Platform Prototype hardware. This approach is expected to increase the breadth of use-cases to drive DSbD’s demonstrators and ultimately to increase pathways to market adoption and in turn to economic impact.
The EOI is the first stage of a 2-stage competition. The EOI stage was published and can be viewed here.
The briefing event is expected to be particularly relevant to the following organisation profiles:
- Technology and research providers
- Innovators developing secure products or services
- End-users / early adopters operating in an industry sector(s) requiring secure products or services
More information about the ISCF DSbD challenge can be found here.
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