Sensor IT Selected by Digital Catapult and University of Cambridge

What is the DSbD

The Digital Security by Design (DSbD) is an initiative supported by the UK government to transform digital technology and create a more resilient, and secure foundation for a safer future. Through collaboration between academia, industry and government, these new capabilities will pave the way business and people can use and trust technology. The Programme is supported by a consortium of more than 30 of the world’s leading technology companies, academic institutions and researchers and UK government agencies. These include ARM, University of Cambridge, Google, Thales, University of Edinburgh, Hewlett Packard, University of Oxford, Innovate UK, Microsoft, University of Manchester, Digital Catapult, Linaro, Kings College London, National Cyber Security Centre and UK Research and Innovation.

How Did Sensor IT Get Involved

Digital Catapult, has given 10 companies the opportunity to trial and experiment with potentially game-changing prototype cybersecurity technology through its Digital Security by Design Technology Access Programme, in close collaboration with both Digital Catapult and the University of Cambridge. Sensor IT is one of those companies selected for the Programme, and will be working closely with both of them to ensure the Programme becomes a success.

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