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Digital Security by Design is being delivered by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) through the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF). This challenge aims to tackle the most damaging cyber security threats, helping to ensure the UK remains one of the safest places to do business online. It aims to ensure every UK organisation and consumer is as resilient to cyber threats as possible.
Information for the Digital Economy Programme Advisory Board Meeting in October 2019.
A workshop, to be held on 12 November, aims to explain the planned approach to a UKRI investment of £18m in Protecting Citizens Online.
UKRI invites expressions of interest to attend a one day Town Hall meeting in London, ahead of a £33 million strategic activity in Trustworthy Autonomous Systems. It is anticipated that the programme will be highly multi-disciplinary and UKRI encourages applications from across its portfolio. The deadline to express interest is 3 October 2019
Registration for an ISCF Digital Security by Design Challenge Collaborators' Workshop on 26th September is now open.
EPSRC will be live streaming two of the Town Meetings taking place in September.
Our Executive Chair, Lynn Gladden, will highlight the exciting opportunities arising within UK Research and Innovation through our new EPSRC Delivery Plan, in the context of the wider UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Delivery Plan, whilst listening to your views and gaining a deeper understanding of the current landscape from your perspective.
As part of the refresh of its strategy, EPSRC’s Manufacturing the Future Theme (MfT) is inviting expressions of interest from academic researchers and industrialists to attend a one day workshop that will be held in central Birmingham on Wednesday 2 October 2019.
Information for the Digital Economy Programme Advisory Board Meeting in June 2019.
As part of the Industrial Strategy, the Government have committed an additional £315m to the National Quantum Technology Programme (NQTP) in 2018, in recognition of the important role that quantum technologies play in underpinning the four Industrial Strategy Grand Challenges.