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January 28, 2019 //By Nick Flaherty
UK looks to 'design out' cyber threats via hardware
The UK government is to provide up to £100m (€110m) for projects that tackle cyber security at the hardware level in the Digital Security by Design challenge
to better protect consumers from cyber-attacks," said Digital Minister Margot James.

The £30m for the Ensuring the Security of Digital Technology at the Periphery programme will be delivered by UK Research and Innovation through the Strategic Priorities Fund. The programme aims to ensure that Internet of Things systems are safe and secure, particularly as more critical applications emerge meaning there is increased vulnerability to broader, more sophisticated cyber-threats. Effective solutions need to combine cyber and physical safety and security with human behaviour, influence new regulatory response and validate and demonstrate novel approaches. This will build on current investments including the PETRAS Internet of Things Research Hub and other activities supported through IoT UK.

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