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SDTaP Demonstrators Phase 2: Cyber Security Challenges in the Internet of Things - Manchester Briefing

The Knowledge Transfer Network

Thursday, 20 February 2020 from 09:30 to 15:30 (GMT)

SDTaP Demonstrators Phase 2: Cyber Security Challenges...

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General Delegate 2d 15h 59m Free  
Internal Staff 2d 16h 29m Free  

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Up to £4 million to fund demonstrator projects addressing cyber security for IoT systems.


The Internet of Things (IoT) is now an everyday part of our lives, but with all its benefits comes greater cyber security risks and threats.


Innovate UK and UK Research and Innovation are launching a competition for the second round / Phase 2 of business-led demonstrators addressing cyber security challenges in the Internet of Things.


Come along to a briefing event to hear more about the aims and objectives of the call, and more details on the scope, eligibility and how to apply.


This competition is part of the Programme ‘Securing Digital Technologies at the Periphery’ (SDTaP) funded by UKRI’s Strategic Priorities Fund. The programme aims to ensure that the Internet of Things systems are safe and secure, particularly as more critical applications emerge meaning there is increased vulnerability to broader, more sophisticated cyber-threats. Effective solutions need to combine cyber and physical safety and security with human behaviour, influence new regulatory response and validate and demonstrate novel approaches. 

 

This competition has 2 key themes,


  1. Cyber resilient IoT systems for critical national infrastructures.
  2. Secure and energy-efficient IoT systems in resource-constrained environments.
For more details please see the competition details, please click here.

 

Briefing Events
London 4 February 2020
Manchester - 20 February 2020


Cannot attend in Person?
The event in London on 4 February 2020 will be filmed, live streamed and recorded for those who are unable to attend. To register for the online webcast click here.


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51 Lever Street
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Thursday, 20 February 2020 from 09:30 to 15:30 (GMT)


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