National Cyber Security Centre - Ministry of Security and Justice

Programme

Wednesday, May 17th
08:30
09:15
Registration
(Valid ID required)
09:15
09:20
Welcome Nicholas Witchell
09:20
09:30
We are all collected Erik HuizerSURFnet
09:30
10:00
Measuring and Assessing the Cybersecurity Challenge: Cyber Readiness Index 2.0 Melissa HathawayPotomac Institute for Policy Studies
10:00
10:30
Where Bits & Bytes meet Flesh & Blood: Uncomfortable Truths & Responses Joshua CormanI am The Cavalry & Atlantic Council
10:30
11:00
Hackers and hacking - Yesterday, today and tomorrow Saket ModiLucideus
11:00
11:30
Short Networking Break
Assessing Security / Dealing with Threats Securing the IoT / Integrating Social Sciences Law Enforcement / Ethical Considerations Technical: Validation / Design Flaws
11:30
12:10
The public core of the internet Dennis BroedersErasmus University Rotterdam & Dutch Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR) Jan NeutzeMicrosoft EMEA Lousewies van der LaanInternational Board of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) Carmen GonsalvesMinistry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands Joost van der VleutenDutch Ministry of Economic Affairs IoT, Security & Compliance as Enablers Arthur van der WeesArthur’s Legal George YianniPhilips Lighting Maarten BottermanGNKS Consult BV Dutch police investigations on the darkweb Nanina van ZandenDutch National Police, Darkweb team Bas DoornNational Prosecutor’s Office Nils Andersen-RöedDutch National Police, Darkweb team no publicity The best available data on source address validation compliance KC ClaffyCenter for Applied Internet Data Analysis Qasim LoneDelft University of Technology
12:20
13:00
Hackers! Do we shoot or do we hug? Edwin van AndelZerocopter IoT in Healthcare: Cyber security for Smart Hospitals Dimitra LiveriEuropean Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) Investigating tradecraft of rogue hosting providers in Dutch IP Space Dhia MahjoubCisco Umbrella (OpenDNS) Sarah BrownSecurity Links & NCIA Deploying TLS 1.3: the great, the good, the bad Filippo ValsordaCloudflare
13:00
14:00
Networking Break (lunch is served)
14:00
14:40
Creating a fabric for cyber resilience Michiel SteltmanDigital Infrastructure Association Netherlands (DINL) Desmond de HaanAuthority for Consumers and Markets (ACM) Octavia de WeerdtNational Service Organisation Internet Providers (NBIP) Theo van der PlasDutch National Police Underlying factors of secure behavior, an empirical study Maarten TimmermanAwareways Marjolijn Bonthuis-KrijgerPlatform for the Information Society (ECP) Thinking Ethically in Internet Systems Design Bendert ZevenbergenUniversity of Oxford & Princeton University Embedded Security from Software to Hardware Ali AbbasiUniversity of Twente no publicity
14:50
15:30
FinansCERT and NorCERT – private/public cooperation in Norway Morten TandleFinansCERT Norge Bjørn TveitenNational Security Authority, Norway (NSM) no publicity "Roads to Derailment": Integrating psychology & technology in insider threat management Elsine van OsSignpost Six The Active Response Continuum: Debating the future of “hacking back” in terms of language, ethics, and laws David DittrichUniversity of Washington Tacoma Flip Feng Shui Victor van der VeenVrije Universiteit Amsterdam Kaveh RazaviVrije Universiteit Amsterdam
15:30
16:00
Short Networking Break
16:00
16:30
Securing Our Online Future Mikko HypponenF-Secure
16:30
17:00
The Cyber Force Challenge: Attract & Inspire the Next Generation Michael WaksmanJetico Inc. Oy
17:00
17:15
Closing Maarten CampsMinistry of Economic Affairs