CyberASAP Year 6 Demo Day
Join us and be the first to preview a range of highly promising cyber security products and services from leading UK academic teams. Hear their pitches and assess their offerings in this unique showcase of ready-to-commercialise cyber security innovations.
Discover cyber security prototypes with real commercial potential
To keep our highly-connected world safe, we need a continuous pipeline of innovative cyber security services and products. Many of those originate in academic labs throughout the UK, with prototypes of the very best developed and accelerated via CyberASAP (Cyber Security Academic Start up Accelerator Programme).
The CyberASAP Demo Day is where you have the chance to preview these Proofs of Concept and meet the talented teams behind them, for the very first time.
Who should attend
All those interested in supporting the cyber security ecosystem are invited to attend this event, particularly Investors and potential commercial collaborators.
As there is limited capacity at the venue, we would invite you to express interest in attending by completing the form and one of the team will be in touch.
12:30: Registration & Networking
An opportunity to network with featured spinout companies from previous CyberASAP cohorts.
14.00: Pitches from 15 CyberASAP Year 6 finalists
See below for team and project details
16.00: Demonstrator Showcase, networking & drinks reception
An opportunity to network with the Year 6 teams and see their projects in more detail.
19.00: Event close
CyberASAP Year 6 Finalists
CyGamBIT – Bournemouth University
Serious learning through play: keeping safe in an unsafe world
CASPER Shield – Cardiff University
Protecting you and your connected things to make living spaces more secure and safe
DRS’OSA – De Montfort University
Security Automation for Digital Railway systems
Lasting Asset – Edinburgh Napier University
Digital Assets Custody for the Future Tokenized World
IoTrim – Imperial College London
Making Internet of Things Connections Private and Secure
PINCH – Lancaster University
Specialist cyber security B2B software and consultancy services for AI-enabled businesses.
Hackivity Cybersecurity Labs – Leeds Beckett University
Dynamic hacking experiences and cyber security education
ANTHEM – Loughborough University
AI-driven Attack graphs for threat modelling
GICAST – Open University
Transforming humans from being the weakest link to the strongest allies in cyber security
MOFHS – Oxford Brookes University
Multiple Ordered Fungible Handshakes (MOFHS) as a tool to improve security at API interfaces
D-RON – Queen’s University Belfast
Software as a Service (SaaS) for detecting rogue drones in a swarm
ATDPS – University of Sheffield
Security through Adaptivity for Network on Chips (NoCs) from zero-day Trojans
D-PRIV – Teesside University
A Data Anonym system for pervasive health
CLADDED – University of Warwick
Affordable solutions to secure electric vehicle charge points through advanced machine learning
ROS-PCon – University of West London
Attack Preventive Control for Robotics