Netherlands

Events

CISO Summit Netherlands 2017
Date: 26 Sep 2017

EC-Council is bringing their CISO event series to Europe for the first time!

EC-Council is bringing their CISO event series to Europe for the first time! Now in its 7th year, EC-Council’s CISO Event Program brings speakers, attendees, and sponsors from all over the world together to discuss the ever-changing field of executive information security management. Topics focus on leadership, strategic management, innovation, and cutting-edge solutions to the challenge of leading large information security programs. The Netherlands CISO Summit will bring leaders from the region as speakers and attendees for keynotes, panel discussions, roundtables followed by a cocktail reception! Only Director-Level and above information security practitioners (no sales) are invited to attend.

DATE AND TIME:
Tue, September 26, 2017, 11:30 AM – 7:30 PM CEST

Price : $150
Contact : 505-341-3228

EVENT LOCATION:
Hotel NH Den Haag
100 Prinses Margrietplantsoen
2595 BR Den Haag
Netherlands

BUY TICKETS:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ec-council-ciso-summit-netherlands-tickets-35043851102

Security Awareness Week
Date: 02 Oct 2017

Several engaging activities to increase end-user security awareness within the whole AkzoNobel organization

Campaign Weeks Alert Online NL
Date: 02 Oct 2017

creating awareness for the Dutch audience, partners, organisations and government around cybersecurity

Alert Online Campagne Weken 2 - 13 oktober

Holland Strikes Back 2017
Date: 03 Oct 2017

October 3, Louwman Museum, The Hague

A Dutch yearly cybersecurity event highlighting the latest threats and solutions

dcypher Symposium Utrecht
Date: 04 Oct 2017

Showcase cybersecurity solutions reached in partnership.

Come and join us at the first edition of the dcypher Symposium on the 4th of October. There will be a lot to learn, to discuss and share in cybersecurity R&D, innovation, business and higher education.

Webinar Security Awareness
Date: 06 Oct 2017

In this free webinar we’ll tell you what you need to know about privacy laws and working safe digitaly. Wether it’s on your (company’s) smartphone, tablet or laptop. Online safety also takes into account certain legal requirements, especially because they are regularly adjusted. A dataleak might seem like a problem of your IT department but with the advent of the new European data protection legislation (GDPR), It has become the responsibility of everyone in the organization.

In this free webinar we’ll tell you what you need to know about privacy laws and working safe digitaly. Wether it’s on your (company’s) smartphone, tablet or laptop. Online safety also takes into account certain legal requirements, especially because they are regularly adjusted. A dataleak might seem like a problem of your IT department but with the advent of the new European data protection legislation (GDPR), It has become the responsibility of everyone in the organization.

Zero Days
Date: 09 Oct 2017

In case of a zero day attack, malicious people use software vulnerabilities that are unknown to others or the software developer. Ever more police use these vulnerabilities to prevent cybercrime or terrorism. The Dutch computer criminality law makes it possible for the police in the Netherlands to hack nationally and intended, these vulnerabilities without a responsible disclosure and create a vulnerable attack surface who use the software and thus remain vulnerable to malicious people and police. How do these developments and issues affect you? This seminar is in English.

October is European Cyber Security Month. The Dutch initiative is Alert Online. KPN is main partner of this campaign. On 9th of October KPN organizes a seminar. There will be a keynote speaker and a panel discussion. The panel discussion will be led by Jaya Baloo (CISO, KPN)

The location is The Netherlands, Maanplein 55, building TP5, serre at KPN.

If you want to attend the seminar, please send an e-mail to alertonline@kpn.com. The seminar will also be live streamed via YouTube.

Security Awareness Symposium Best Practices
Date: 10 Oct 2017

Meeting on the backgrounds and best practices of security awareness

Symposium

Security seminar “Ik ben gehackt! Wat nu?”
Date: 10 Oct 2017

In de week van de veiligheid, slaan de Hoornse Ondernemers Compagnie (HOC), Park Management Hoorn (PMH), Westfriese Bedrijvengroep (WBG), Regionaal Platform Criminaliteit (RPC), de politie en Beerepoot Automatisering de handen ineen om ondernemers uit heel West-Friesland bewuster en veiliger online te laten zijn.

In Nederland zijn we steeds vaker en langer online. Op het werk, thuis of onderweg. Met onze telefoon, tablet of computer. Gelukkig zijn we ons ook steeds meer bewust dat dit risico’s met zich meebrengt. Maar weten we ook wat kunnen doen om risico’s te voorkomen? Cyberaanvallen worden continu geavanceerder en zijn lastiger te herkennen. Continue bewustzijn over online veiligheid is een aandachtspunt, maar daarmee zijn we er nog niet.

Als ondernemer doe je er alles aan om cybercriminaliteit te voorkomen. Maar waar moet je precies op letten? Welke voorzorgsmaatregelen kan je treffen? En wat kan je doen om niet of minder aantrekkelijk te worden voor cybercriminelen?

Security awareness training
Date: 13 Oct 2017

In één uur tijd praten we je bij over informatiebeveiliging, datalekken en cybercrime. Tijdens onze demo van een phisingmail en de hack demo beleef je zelf de noodzaak van informatiebeveiliging.

Hoe maak je medewerkers bewust over de gevaren van een datalek? De oorzaak van
een datalek zit in een klein hoekje en de grootste oorzaak hiervan is onwetendheid van
personeel. Vanuit de directie en/of IT-afdeling heb je een bepaalde zorgplicht voor de
verwerking van personeel- en klantgegevens, maar hier wordt vaak intern nog te weinig
aandacht aan gegeven. Je wilt toch niet dat deze vertrouwelijke gegevens op straat liggen?

In één uur tijd praten we je bij over informatiebeveiliging, datalekken en cybercrime. Tijdens onze demo van een phisingmail en de
hack demo beleef je zelf de noodzaak van informatiebeveiliging.

EC3-ENISA IoT Security Conference
Date: 18 Oct 2017

IoT threat landscape and defence Industry 4.0 and IoT experts The way forward

As a new initiative that aims to raise awareness on the security implications of the Internet of Things (IoT), the conference will enable a multi-stakeholder discussion by bringing together experts from cybercrime units, CSIRTs, international organisations, private industry, regulatory agencies, and academia.