The Digital Security by Design Technology Access Programme has been developed to build a pipeline and community of developers and technology companies to trial and experiment with the new DSbD technologies, to addresses the cybersecurity challenges faced by embedded product and software companies.
For a six-month period, programme participants will have access to the prototype architecture and hardware, technical guides, funding and industry and technical advisors, to support an experimentation period with the Digital Security by Design technologies within their own organisations.
These technologies include CHERI, a new architecture developed by the University of Cambridge and the Morello Board, a real-world test platform developed by Arm for Morello prototype architecture, based on the CHERI protection model.
There will be more “open call” opportunities during the overall timeframe of the Technology Access Programme for organisations to apply. Successful applicants for the first open call will be informed during April 2022.
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