A federated security model within the Ministry of Finance

May 16, 2024

During this Vision Dinner, Justin Broeders, Departmental CISO at the Ministry of Finance, will elaborate on private and public security leadership and what both groups can learn from each other, such as the greater agility in the private sector and the more robust mandate in the public sector. Justin, before assuming his current role, spent the majority of his career in the private sector.

You are warmly invited to participate in this Vision Dinner!

  • Small-scale peer session
  • Open dialogue by means of the Chatham House Rule

Justin Broeders, Ministry of Finance

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Justin Broeders


Justin Broeders is an experienced cybersecurity leader whose career has evolved through specialized and management roles focusing on second-line control and monitoring (information security, risk management, and fraud management), particularly in the financial sector. From 2019, he served as the CISO at Eneco, operating on an international stage within an organization designated as a provider within vital infrastructure and a part of a publicly traded company based in Japan. In 2023, he decided to expand his expertise into the public domain. He commenced his role in April 2023 as the Departmental CISO of the Ministry of Finance and is also a participant in the CISO Council of the Dutch Government.

Ministry of Finance


Justin Broeders, Departmental CISO at the Ministry of Finance, is responsible for overseeing the overarching security policy for both the policy department of the Ministry of Finance and its executive organizational units (including the Tax Authority, Allowance Service, and Customs). To effectively manage security within this complex organization, the decision has been made to collectively shape a federated model. This model provides more autonomy to individual organizations within the department, without causing them to become so disconnected that joint policies and approaches are no longer feasible.


Location: De Kloosterhoeve, Harmelen

17:30 | Start program (including presentation, discussion and a 3-course dinner)
20:30 | End of formal program, opportunity for informal networking



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