Cyber Innovations revealed at CyberASAP Demo Day
The climax of the Cyber Security Academic Startup Accelerator Programme (CyberASAP), Demo Day saw the final 10 academic teams from this year’s programme pitch their ideas and demonstrate their Proof of Concept at London’s Canary Wharf on 17 February.
After 11 months of fine-tuning their propositions, researching the market and creating a minimal viable product prototype, the teams have made significant progress in expanding their commercial skills and preparing their cyber projects for life beyond the academic lab.
From 24 teams initially selected to participate in this year’s programme, 10 made it through to the final stage. If you missed Demo Day, you can hear a recording of their pitches and see videos of their Proof of Concepts on the links here.
The CyberASAP teams at Demo Day 2021/22 were as follows. Click on each team for more information and to view their Demonstrator videos. See all the Demonstrators videos here, download the Demo Day Booklet here.
UltraNetAi + University of Essex
Network search technology for front-line policing
Watch their demonstrator video here
CyberSignature + Edge Hill University
CyberSignature delivers secure and frictionless online checkout authentication with digital behaviour intelligence.
Royal-Imperial Black Box (RIBB) + Royal Holloway / Imperial College
Moving Target Defence for Enhanced Protection of Cyber-Physical Systems
FeDCam + University of Wolverhampton
Ground-breaking new federation of AI-based cameras to transform crime detection & policing
OSIRT + University of Hertfordshire
Online investigations, simplified
WalletFind + University of Bristol, University of Salford & Manchester Metropolitan University
Discover it, Recover it, Control it, WalletFind manages your cryptocurrency wallets and activities
MLighter + Middlesex University London
The holistic tool for security evaluations of machine learning systems
Tymlo Technology + University of Wolverhampton
An innovative platform consisting of three toolkits ensuring trust, quality and explainability to AI-based decisions
Tensorcrypt + Royal Holloway, University of London
Empowering organisations to securely share and analyse confidential datasets
TAIMAS + University College London
Building Management System (BMS) cyber-attack and tamper detection in a single box ‘system as a service’ solution
Now entering its sixth year, CyberASAP provides funding and expertise to help academic teams commercialise their research, helping to populate the pipeline of innovations so essential to our cyber security.
The programme is funded by the UK Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and delivered by Innovate UK and Innovate UK KTN.