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SBIR: The final selection for the second phase

Published 3 October 2022

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Selected projects
There are a total of 5 projects selected to continue working on their projects, related to the SBIR competition that was set out at the start of January. RVO and dcypher [link onze site] announced that the following projects are selected to continue working on a prototype for the next round.

Riscure B.V is working on a new testing method (fuzzing) and making this way of testing available to a larger number of people. Through automating and analysis, this will provide the ability to test software packages for vulnerabilities. The current available methods are commonly used in academic circles, so the focus of Riscure’s project is geared towards a larger audience.

By developing an AVR-module that significantly improves the detection of vulnerabilities in source code, Software Improvement Group B.V (SIG) aimes to create a more efficient workflow and find more vulnerabilities than the current, available AVR-tools. This also aids towards the growth of the amount of reviewers. During the second phase of this project, SIG will develop a prototype and evaluate their findings during this process. The development will be in collaboration with Radboud University and TNO.

EYE & APTA (Eye Control B.V) are developing a service to share the incident response processes automatically. This will allow analysts to determine what actions are required to recognize, stop and resolve the incident in a more efficient manner. As the technology is based on a machine learning algorithm, which will analyse software models for abnormal behaviour by hosts. In the second phase the focus will be on developing this service into a more matured version.

Fox Crypto B.V is working on the research and development into Dutch microchips, that will lead to new and more protected security solutions for cryptocommunication. Additionally, this can be developed even further in the (near) future. As the threats towards national security by people, groups and organizations increase, the likelihood that hardware supply chain attacks will take place is also increasing. As trustworthiness is becoming progressively more important, the prospect of development for those microchips is extremely valuable for the new generation of security products that we have produced and developed within The Netherlands itself.

To conclude the list; Groepspraktijk Ed Wender B.V is working together with Roseman Labs to test the applicability of large-scale Multi-Party Computation (MPC) in health care. As the health care costs are rising, healthcare providers and the government require a way to measure the effectiveness of the provided health care. As it is a difficult task to perform a study among several health care parties, since they are very hesitant to share (potential) private data. The project has a main focus to improve and make these processes more efficient. They will start with diabetic footcare as the primair example, as it is an important matter and leader for the 106 other professional associations in the field of health care.

Additional information in Dutch can be accessed through the website of RVO.

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