UM-Labs R&D, a UK based innovator in design and development for real-time communication data in transit cyber security, have been awarded funding through the Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) scheme with Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) to collaborate and help create ‘SVSS’ (steaming video security service), based on UNICUStm UOS, a fully delivered RTC data in transit cyber security platform, running in secret operations in MOD and NATO locations across the defence sector.
‘SVSS’ will be offered in mission critical and defence environments through service partners- globally. The UM-Labs R&D project aims are to deliver and demonstrate the technical and commercial viability of secure data in transit surveillance, multi-level IOT/CCTV and Bodycam streaming services for next generation mission critical operations with a classified back-office alignment.
It is now a major requirement for missions to have P2P and Broadcast for real-time record and surveillance, using industry standard body camera and CCTV devices, which must be managed and secure in an umbrella service, with end-to-end encryption (AES, HSM, Mikey, Quantum) to one another, for the enablement of better reconnaissance and action monitoring.
UM-Labs R&D will demo the technology live at the ‘International Cyber Expo Event’ at Olympia, London on the 27th/28th September, from stand H30 TechUK and ADS pavilion.