The Digital Security by Design (DSbD) Technology Access Programme (TAP) is designed to give UK-based companies access to the Arm designed Morello board, CHERI stack, and technical support to trial these technologies within their systems, products, and applications.
Through the DSbD Technology Access Programme, companies will be able to experiment with and validate the prototype cyber security technology and feedback their findings to influence its future development before it enters commercialisation.
- Experiment with prototype, cutting-edge technology and be ahead of the game
- Build unique knowledge within your company and stay competitive
- Improve your product by identifying cyber security vulnerabilities in your systems/software
- Become part of a vibrant community of cyber security pioneers
- Receive a £15,000 grant (Tier 1 companies only)
- Get access to experts at Arm, University of Cambridge, and Digital Catapult
- Become part of the TAP Alumni upon successful completion of the experimentation period
The programme is open to UK-based companies that have a company culture of exploring, experimenting and inventing with new technologies. Companies with an R&D department and a strong focus on cyber security are encouraged to apply. Applicants must be registered on Companies House and also have a business bank account.
Companies within the following industries should apply:
- Information Technology and services
- Computer software
- Industrial automation
- Computer hardware
- CPU semiconductors
- Manufacturers of connected consumer / industrial electronics (IoT & IIoT)
Register your interest, which will initiate setting up a brief, informal call for both parties to ask questions and find out more information.
You will then be sent an application form which should be completed and returned by 12:00 midday on 1st April 2024.
You will be informed by w/c 6th May 2024 whether your application has been successful.