Presentations now available: ISCF DSbD Technology Enabled Business-Led Demonstrator Stage 1

Posted on: 20/03/2020

The ISCF Digital Security by Design (DSbD) team has launched an up to £5.8 million Expression of Interest (EOI) for UK businesses to collaborate on digital security by design business-led demonstrator project in which an additional technology ingredient or ingredients are required. The competition closing date has now been extended by 4 weeks & the new closing date is Wednesday 13th May 2020 at noon. The competition details are here.

Following the cancellation of the briefing event, please find below the Presentations Slides and Videos, in order of the agenda, with information on the scope and requirements of the competition.

Welcome – Robin Kennedy, Knowledge Transfer Network – Slides | Video

Digital Security by Design: Vision for a Secure Future – John Goodacre, Innovate UK – Slides | Video

Applicant Briefing – Sharon McHugh, Innovate UK – Slides | Video

Competition Scope – George Papadakis, Innovate UK – Slides | Video

CHERI Capability Hardware Enhanced RISC Instructions – Architecture and Software Model – Simon Moore, University of Cambridge – Slides | Video

Morello Technology Demonstrator Hardware Overview – Mark Inskip, Arm – Slides | Video

Morello Software and Toolchain Work in Arm – Mark Nicholson, Arm – Slides | Video

Background information on the DSbD challenge is available via the Digital Security by Design Challenge Homepage and the challenge vision is outlined in this document.

To assist with forming collaborations, we have set up an online collaboration tool for this competition, click here to register. Please contact Robin Kennedy if you have any questions about this.

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