Transparency and leadership during a cyber attack | The strategy and approach of Trust Credit Management (TKB)

October 5, 2022

During this meeting we will be guests of Premium Marines and we will combine a strong substantive program with presentations and discussions with an experience on the water. The walk-in is at 5.30 pm, after which the program including dinner lasts from 6.00 pm to 8.30 pm. Afterwards you are of course more than welcome to chat over a cup of coffee or tea.

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

Rutger van Oosten, TKB

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Rutger van Oosten

General Director

Since 2010, Rutger has been General Manager at TKB, a credit management service provider with more than 200 employees. With more than 20 years of experience within the FS sector, he knows better than anyone where the interests of his organisation lie. At the end of 2020, all his experience was put to the test, when TKB was hacked by a foreign party. Rutger will guide you through his strategy to manoeuvre his organisation and its customers through uncertain times.



The number of cyber attacks is increasing every year, and the consequences are enormous. Theft of data, damage to reputation, and damage due to company downtime – these are just a few examples. But what do you do when you have been hacked and data may end up on the street? Such situations place demands on a director's decisiveness and leadership. Rutger van Oosten, General Director of Trust Krediet Beheer (TKB) will guide you through his own experiences in this area, and share his strategies to contain a cybersecurity crisis. Transparency is central to this. How do you, as a director, guide the organisation through a breach? Learn from Rutger van Oosten's approach during this meeting!


Location: TBD
17:30 - 21:00

More information will follow soon.


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