The final 13 teams from this year’s CyberASAP demo their offerings ahead of the Year 4 programme starting.

Nearly a year after joining the programme, the shortlisted teams from this year’s CyberASAP are fine-tuning their products and pitches in preparation for demonstrating them to an audience of investors, industrialists and potential collaborators at the CyberASAP Demo Day on Thursday 13th February. If you are interested in attending, please click here.


The Demo Day is the culmination of the year-long programme which exists to help academic teams commercialise their cyber-security ideas. Since it started in 2016, the programme has seen 20 teams graduate, and the competition for funding the fourth year of the programme is due to open next month. Interested in being involved? Click here for the expression of interest form which will ensure you get all the information you need.


Launched and funded by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), with Innovate UK and the KTN, CyberASAP helps deliver on the mission of promoting the UK’s cyber security sector, ensuring government, industry and academia work together to support a thriving ecosystem of successful, innovative companies. Some of those companies will have progressed through the CyberASAP programme and you can find out more about them here.


If you would like to be informed about developments for the Year 4 programme, please provide your details here.


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