ARMS Cyber Earns Phase II Grant from the U.S. Air Force

 VU-ISIS Alumni Founded Company ARMS Cyber recently earned a $750,000 Phase II Small Business Technology Transfer grant from the U.S. Air Force and the grand proze in a tech startup competition hosted by VetsinTech and JPMorgan Chase.

ARMS Cyber is a cybersecurity company that proactively eliminates zero-day attacks, which target software security vulnerabilities before developers have the opportunity to patch then. Brad Potteiger, MS'16, PhD'19, Tim Potteiger, MS'17, and Michael Bryant, MBA'12, are the co-founders.

The one-year Phase II STTR grant will help ARMS Cyber continue its research and development. Funding is based on results during the Phase I grant period and on the scientific and technical merit and commercial potential of the proposed Phase II project. The VetsinTech prize is $25,000, plus mentorship for ARMS Cyber be senior leaders across JPMorgan Chase.

ARMS Cyber was fostered through the Wond'ry, Vanderbilt's Innovation Center.

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