The National Cyber Security Centre’s (NCSC) definition of cyber security’s core function is to protect the devices we all use, and the services we access from theft or damage and preventing unauthorised access to personal information we store on these devices, and online.
Our people use their deep expertise to support organisations in cyber security ranging from early stage startups seeking funding to well-established businesses looking for collaborations. Many of these organisations are also interested in ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) and Internet of Things (IoT). By helping innovators in this space collaborate and create powerful connections, we accelerate ideas into real-world solutions.
The Digital team is also involved in helping academic teams commercialise cybersecurity ideas. To find out more, visit CyberASAP and register your interest.
Click here to see all open funding opportunities in the Digital sector.
Launchpad: digital technologies, North East England
Opens: 30/10/2023 Closes: 13/12/2023
UK registered organisations can apply for a share of up to £2m for business led projects in the digital technologies cluster in North East England.
Global Business Innovation Programme in Singapore - Clean Maritime
Opens: 27/11/2023 Closes: 26/01/2024
Clean maritime companies are invited to join a market visit to Singapore, including Singapore Maritime Week.
Innovation Exchange challenge: eSIM reader for officer safety
Opens: 04/12/2023 Closes: 01/02/2024
HMGCC are interested in developing innovative technology that can take an IMSI reading from an eSIM device.
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