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Cyber Security Academic Startup Accelerator Programme

CyberASAP, funded by DCMS in collaboration with Innovate UK & KTN, helps academics in UK universities commercialise their cyber security ideas.

The funding competition for CyberASAP Year 4 has just been announced – you can find out more here and register your interest in the programme here.

 

CyberASAP (Cyber Security Academic Startup Accelerator Programme) has now been successfully running for three years, and provides expertise, knowledge and support to convert academic ideas into commercial products in the cyber security space.

 

A dynamic and comprehensive programme of specialist training, workshops, briefings and bootcamps provides participating teams with vital insights into the key milestones necessary to take their product to market. You can find out which teams have advanced to the final stage of this year’s programme here.

 

These teams will be presenting their products to the business and investment community at our Demo Day on Thursday 13th February 2020 in London. If you are interested in attending please register your expression of interest here.

 

CyberASAP Year 4 is planned, subject to funding approval, and is likely to be open for applications in February 2020 and to begin in April 2020. Academics and University Technology Transfer Officers who are interested in applying should register here and we will get in touch with more details as soon as they are announced.

 

Industrialists and investors interested in supporting the Year 4 programme should register their interest here.

 

In January 2019, the 13 academic teams from CyberASAP’s second year (from the original intake of 26 in February 2018) pitched and presented their MVPs to a packed audience at a very successful Demo Day in Canary Wharf (see video below). The previous cohort’s Demo Day is featured here.

 

 

CyberASAP

 

If you’d like to know more about the CyberASAP programme please contact Robin Kennedy or Emma Fadlon.

 

You can also follow us on Twitter @CyberASAP.

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