Every organisation has a major responsibility when it comes to the handling and security of (digital) data. A growing number of incidents and increasingly complex attack patterns mean that organisations (have to) secure their digital assets in ever more intensive ways and that the CISO has to help innovate in order to continue to protect its IT environment. The government is investing heavily in the security of its systems and the subject of cyber security is high on the agenda. In this session, Flevum discussed how IT and cyber security leaders are preparing themselves for the dangers of the future.
During this Vision Dinner, Ron Kolkman and Hans de Vries shared their vision on anticipating and acting on future threats within the IT environments of the public sector. Within the presentations there was a lot of focus on the collaboration between both private and public parties to jointly improve cyber security.
After the presentation Ron Kolkman and Hans de Vries talked to CISO’s and CIO’s to share challenges, learn from each other, and make connections. The conversation was moderated by Lourens Visser, CIO of the central government. Some of the participants were
- CISO | National Police
- CIO | Municipality of The Hague
- CISO | Municipality of Amsterdam
- General DIrecteur | National Cyber Security Centre
This session was facilitated by Flevum, and made possible by Tanium and Capgemini.
Director Joint IV Commando
Hans de Vries
Director National Cyber Security Centre
“The increase of incidents and their complexity asks for an intensified security approach”