CodeNext21 uses novel technology developed at the Eindhoven University of Technology during the PhDs of team members dr. Bram Cappers and dr. Josh Mengerink. Our technologies have won numerous awards, and helped contribute to prestigious cyber-security communities

Recognizing the enormous potential of our technology, the Dutch Research Council (NWO) provided us with a very prestigious €250.000 of TakeOff funding.

Worldwide, we beat over 50 industry teams of 6 people, who spent over 3 months on this challenge, in only two hours. Need- less to say, we are very proud to have won this award.

In 2019, Eindhoven University of Technology selected the PhD thesis of co-founded Bram Cappers as the best of the year.

Elsevier has recognized co-founder dr.Bram Cappers as one of the “30 Talents under 30”. Every year the prestigious journal elects 30 people under the age of 30 for their remarkable achievements obtained this far.

In 2018 the European Venture Program selected the AnalyzeData business case as the best in their programme.

Blackhat is the world’s most prestigious cyber security event. In 2018 we were among the global top 100 invited to present our innovative solutions at the event.

Our anomaly detection research was runner up in the contest for best research of 2019 nation-wide.

Our anomaly detection technology was recognised as one of the top 10 scientific contributions of 2019 at the Eindhoven University of Technology

Our demo on anomaly detection in Healthcare processes was awarded the prize of “most innovative technology 2018” at ICT Open 2018.

European cybersecurity perspectives

We have been an active contributor in the European Cyber Security Perspectives for several years now, collaborating with some of the biggest players in the field to enhance global digital security.

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