Organised in association with HM Government, National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and the National Crime Agency, the Cyber Security Summit and Expo is the UK’s largest one-day event dedicated to vital business cyber risk management and prevention. The event hosted cyber security and data protection experts sharing insights with senior business leaders, government policymakers and cyber security pioneers, including those responsible for critical national infrastructure.
We made some good contacts but more importantly, we were thrilled to listen to Mr Robert Coles, the new CISO of the NHS, asking for a technology to allow him to look across the NHS supply chain, identify critical assets, understand their critical vulnerabilities and present to his stakeholders a non-technical statement of threats.
We are happy to say that our technology, TAME, allows for that capability.
Secure IoT 2018, was held at the Green Park Conference Centre (Reading). It gave participants the opportunity to learn about potential threats; IoT security best practice; network and meet leading experts and companies offering security products, solutions and services.
We were thrilled to listen to Dr. Andrew Jones, system architect at ARM, explaining how among the most critical tasks in developing secure devices is designing platforms with robust countermeasures for identified threats. Andrew gave an overview of how threat modelling can be performed to identify and mitigate attacks.
We proudly presented our prototype automated threat assessment technology.
CyberASAP, funded by DCMS in collaboration with Innovate UK & KTN, helps academics in UK universities commercialise their cyber security ideas.
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CrypTier will use the DCMS grant to develop a prototype software platform based on TAME.
The prototype will model vulnerability interrelationships, allow stakeholders to understand what the critical assets are across their supply chain but more importantly, how those assets can affect each other.
The Cyber Security Academic Startups Accelerator Programme was setup in 2017 to commercialise UK academic ideas. The programme is funded by DCMS (the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport) and delivered in partnership with Innovate UK and Knowledge transfer Network (KTN).
It was an amazing day where great innovators presented groundbreaking work.
We were very proud to present our prototype technology for modelling vulnerability interrelationships.