The NCSC cooperates in enhancing the resilience of the Netherlands in the digital domain. Our goal is to realize a safe, open and stable information society by sharing knowledge, providing insight and proper perspectives for action.
Future-proof TLS configuration using the updated TLS guidelines from NCSC
NCSC-NL publishes updated IT security guidelines for Transport Layer Security (TLS). The secure configuration of TLS is important to safeguard connectivity on the internet. The updated guidelines help to build future-proof TLS configurations, so that organisations can focus on threats that deserve daily attention.
Start your own cybersecurity collaboration
Cybersecurity is a vast domain, it cannot be tackled by a single point of view nor by one organisation alone. IT structures in our society are strongly intertwined, so cooperation in sharing experiences and knowledge is essential. By exchanging knowledge, information and expertise threats can be recognised, identified and warded off. The NCSC has developed four guides...
Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure Guideline supports organisations with their CVD-policy
The aim of Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure (CVD) is to improve the security of IT systems by sharing knowledge about vulnerabilities. Owners of IT systems can then mitigate vulnerabilities before these will be actively abused by third parties. Today the NCSC publishes the “Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure: The Guideline” during the One Conference. This is a...
Digital threat in the Netherlands is increasing
The scope and severity of digital threats facing the Netherlands are still considerable and continue to evolve. National security remains under constant threat of digital attacks. The Dutch economy and broader Dutch society have become entirely dependent on digital resources. Attacks and outages can have major consequences, potentially disrupting society itself.