Implementing a solid cyber security strategy. How Deloitte ensures cyber security in all its activities

November 11, 2021

As Chief Information Security Officer, Esther Schagen-van Luit is responsible for the cyber security strategy of Deloitte Netherlands. Furthermore, Esther and her team set guidelines, evaluate risks and manage incident response. During this Virtual Round Table, she will talk about the implementation of cyber security at the largest professional services company in the world and shine a light on how she works towards a culture of security first.

  • Small scaled peer session
  • Open dialogue by means of the Chatham House Rule
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Esther Schagen - van Luit

CISO Deloitte Nederland

As CISO of Deloitte Netherlands, Esther Schagen-van Luit has a wide set of responsibilities with regard to keeping data safe and responding to incidents. As a young woman, Esther Schagen-van Luit is a notable CISO of a company this size. Because of her drive to make a societal impact and to develop personally, she has accomplished a lot at a young age. Now she is working hard to become a role model for girls and women that would like to enter the field of cyber security. This already has been rewarded with many awards and prizes.



The complexity of implementing a general cyber security strategy across a multinational poses many challenges. Especially when the offered services are customised and executed all over the world. Standardisation of processes clearly can contribute to making a multinational’s cyber security strategy solid. However, the people involved remain both the most important defence as well as the weakest links. How are you going to involve people on all levels of your organisation in ensuring the data is kept safe? This asks for a well thought-out local cyber security strategy.


15:55 | Call in at teams meeting
16.00 | Start program including presentation & discussion
17.30 | End



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