New cyber security strategy strengthens cooperation between government and businesses
The Minister of Security and Justice Ivo Opstelten today unveiled the government’s second National Cyber Security Strategy in a letter to the House of Representatives. Under the new strategy the public and private sectors will work together more closely to boost resilience to IT breakdowns and cyber attacks. The Strategy provides for additional necessary enhancement of the cyber architecture.
With structures like the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) now in place, networks and strategic coalitions must be further expanded. Together with its partners, the Netherlands is committed to a safe and secure digital domain, where we can seize opportunities for digitisation, tackle threats and protect fundamental rights. We will seek the right balance between security, freedom and social growth, with the aim of making the Netherlands a world leader in the field of cyber security.