Discover commercialisation opportunities for a wide range of Proof of Concepts. This year’s CyberASAP teams presented their pitches and demonstrations of their Proofs of Concept at the Demo Day. It was a key event for anyone with an interest in developing the pipeline of cyber security products and services so vital to keeping the UK safe – but don’t worry if you missed it! Recordings of all the teams’ Pitches and  videos of their Proof of Concept Demonstrators, as well as a keynote address from Matt Warman MP, Minister for Digital Infrastructure, are available here.

Webinar recordings are now available

Access the Demo Day booklet here.

CyberASAP (Cyber Security Academic Start-up Accelerator Programme) was established in 2017 to commercialise UK academic ideas. With the support of industry experts, UK cyber security researchers and their teams are encouraged to develop their innovative ideas into products and services with a clear route to market and scope for further development.

Funded by the UK Government Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) in partnership with Innovate UK and KTN, CyberASAP is now about to start its fifth year.

Funding Announced for CyberASAP 2021/22

Funding has now been confirmed for Year 5 of CyberASAP. The funding competition opens on Monday 8 February 2021 and closes on Wednesday 3 March 2021 (11am).

If you are an academic team and would like to apply, please see the competition details here.

If you are an Academic or University Technology Transfer Officer, Industrialist, investor or have an interest in being involved or supporting the 2021/22 programme in any way, please provide your details here so that we can make sure you’re updated with the relevant information.

For more information about CyberASAP, visit the the programme page here.

If you’d like to be kept up to date with the latest news and developments on CyberASAP or would like to be involved in the programme in any way, please complete this form.

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CyberASAP is funded by the UK Government Department for Digital, Culture Media & Sport (DCMS) and delivered through KTN and Innovate UK.