Applications closing soon for The Digital Security by Design Software Ecosystem Development Competition

  • With a deadline of 8 December, there are just  three weeks left to apply for the Digital Security by Design (DSbD) - software ecosystem development competition. 

    This fund will see Innovate UK and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), both part of UK Research and Innovation, invest up to £8m in research and development projects.

    UK registered businesses of any size, or research organisations can apply for grants from £200k - £1.4m. Funded projects must work to enrich and expand the Digital Security by Design software ecosystem prior to the availability of commercial hardware and leverage the DSbD Technology Hardware Prototype (the Morello Board), to work on a focused area within a selected and specified software stack, Operating System, or developer toolchain used by a digital system.

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    The recording of last month's briefing webinar and presentation slides are now available on KTN's website. These give insights into the scope and requirements of the competition, as well as tips to help with potential applications. 

    The company’s online networking tool, Meeting Mojo, will be open until the competition closes. Through this platform, applicants will be able to message potential collaborators and set up 1:1 virtual meetings to start building new connections.

    The KTN team is also on hand to help by reviewing applications prior to submission. To take advantage of this support, email KTN's Robin Kennedy as soon as possible.

    To find out more click here.

    Source: Written from press release.

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