Success Stories

Sensor IT

Success Story

Sensor IT, a UK-based internet of things technology provider and manufacturer, is one of the companies involved in the Digital Security by Design (DSbD) initiative. As part of their project with the Technology Access Programme, they have conducted extensive real-world testing and experimentation with this novel technology.

Dynamic Devices

Success Story

Dynamic Devices has been working in embedded systems and IoT for over twenty years, and for their team, participation in the DSbD programme has been a logical step in staying at the forefront of securing IoT devices.


Success Story

RealVNC uses C++ to build the desktop clients that form part of their VNC Connect secure remote access solution. As part of the Digital Security by Design (DSbD) Technology Access Programme, they have been experimenting with the CHERI Morello board and software.


Success Story

Pytilia were one of ten UK-wide winners of the 2021 Digital Security by Design (DSbD) Software Ecosystem competition. During the resulting project, Pytilia were able to successfully demonstrate that using DSbD technology for critical networking infrastructure is both relevant and feasible.

Delivered by Digital Catapult, funded by UKRI through the Digital Security by Design programme.