Dutch Government is Looking for Innovative Cyber Security Proposals
The Dutch government is looking for innovative ideas & solutions around the theme of Cyber Security. Aiming to help people and organisations to be safe online and make the Netherlands more resilient to digital threats and vulnerabilities. Are you a startups, scale-ups or innovative SME with an innovative and scalable solution for a problem in the field of Cyber Security? Then this open call part of the 'Startup in Residence Intergove Programme' offers a great opportunity to present your solution
About Startup in Residence Intergov
In the Startup in Residence Intergov programme, six government organisations work with startups to develop innovative and scalable solutions to societal issues. Twice a year, they publish a round of Startup in Residence Intergov challenges, which focus on specific societal issues. This Open Call is separate from these rounds and the regular programme, and instead of a specific issue, it focuses on a theme: Cybersecurity.
The government (Ministry of EZK) is looking for innovative solutions to governmental cyber security issues, such as AVR, crypto communication, phishing, data security. They have the ambition to start sustainable collaborations and are therefore looking for solutions that fit within the ambitions, tasks and responsibilities of the Ministry of EZK. They prefer solutions where the ministry is the buyer or user.
You have a chance to win an assignment of 25,000 euros, a follow-up assignment, coaching from the Startup in Residence Team and other experts and access to the network of EZK.
Deadline and more info
Deadline for proposal submission is 12 September at 5:00 pm.
More information about the open call and criteria.