Cyber Security Assessment Netherlands

The Cyber Security Assessment Netherlands offers insight into interests, threats and resilience in the field of cyber security.

The CSAN is drawn up in close collaboration between the National Cyber Security Centre and both public and private partners and is an annual publication of the National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism.

 

6 documents

Enter your search criteria

Enter a keyword to filter on

Enter a start and end date in this format: DD-MM-YYYY

Cyber Security Assessment Netherlands 2017: Digital resilience is lagging behind the increasing threat

The digital resilience of individuals and organisations is lagging behind the increasing threat. Government, business and citizens take many steps to increase digital resilience, but this is not happening fast enough. This is apparent from the Cyber Security Assessment Netherlands 2017 (CSAN 2017), which demissionary State Secretary Dijkhoff sent to parliament in June...

31-08-2017 | Publication

Cyber Security Assessment Netherlands 2016: Professional criminals are an ever greater danger to digital security in the Netherlands

Professional criminals are becoming increasingly better organized and are using advanced digital attack methods. In the past year, several large-scale attacks have taken place with a high degree of organisation, focusing on the theft of money and valuable information. In addition to the government, the victims were, increasingly, companies and private citizens....

24-10-2016 | Publication

Cyber Security Assessment Netherlands 2015: cross-border cyber security approach necessary

Cybercrime and digital espionage remain the largest threat to digital security in the Netherlands. Geopolitical developments like international conflicts and political sensitivities have a major impact on the scope of this threat. These are key findings from the Cyber Security Assessment Netherlands (CSAN), presented to the House of Representatives by State Secretary...

17-11-2015 | Publication

Cyber Security Assessment Netherlands 2014

Cybercrime and digital espionage remain the biggest threat in the area of cyber security. The potential impact of cyber attacks and disruptions will only increase, due to rapid digitization. Another notable finding is the lack of so-called IT Durability. An example of this is the risk that an increasing number of devices is connected to the Internet, while these devices...

27-10-2014 | Publication

Cyber Security Assesment Netherlands 2013

The CSAN is published for policy-makers in government and vital sectors, who use it for the insights it offers into developments, for assessing possible measures for increasing the digital resilience of the Netherlands, and for improving current cyber security programmes. CSAN-3 covers the period April 2012 to March 2013 but also includes important developments up to the...

28-10-2013 | Publication

CSAN 2017

Nederland digitaal veilig