26 teams from 19 universities have been accepted onto Phase 1 of the 3rd CyberASAP Programme.

In this initial phase, teams will focus on developing the value proposition of their cyber security idea. The teams’ early-stage ideas cover a broad spectrum of cyber security products, goods and services. The programme begins today with a 2-day Bootcamp where teams will complete a number of workshops notably on conducting market research, building a value proposition, KTN’s innovation canvas and all things IP.

Joining the teams will be speakers from KTN’s Access to Funding and Finance team, DCMS, Innovate UK and industry experts from Keltie LLP and British Library.

We are pleased to announce that 26 projects have been selected to join the programme from the following universities, with a few universities having multiple teams working on the future of cyber security applications;

  • Birmingham City University
  • Bournemouth University
  • Coventry University
  • De Montfort University
  • Goldsmiths College
  • London Metropolitan University
  • Open University
  • Royal Holloway, University of London
  • Teesside University
  • University of Brighton
  • University of Essex
  • University of Glasgow
  • University of Gloucestershire in collaboration with Imperial College London
  • University of Kent
  • University of Oxford
  • University of Plymouth
  • University of Southampton
  • University of Winchester
  • University of Wolverhampton

For more details about the teams and their ideas, follow @CyberASAP.

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

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