The Premier League of informationsecurity. How does the dutch cybersecurity stay fit and innovative?

June 23, 2021

During this Virtual Round Table, Aart Jochem will elaborate on how to keep training, testing and innovating to stay in the Premier League of informationsecurity.

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

Aart Jochem

CISO

Aart Jochem is CISO of the dutch government CIO office since november 2020. Before that, he was CISO and Head Security & Quality Office at pensionfund PGGM and Head Monitoring and Response at the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC).

Company

The Ministry of Interior and Kingdom Relations (BZA) cares for a well functioning dutch government. The main tasks are the promotion of the democracy and constitutional law, effective governance, reasonable housing prices and a clean living environment. Since 2017, spatial development also belongs to the portfolio of BZA. Kingdom relations includes relations of the 4 countries of the Kingdom: the Netherlands, Aruba, Curaçao and St. Maarten.

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Topic

In the digital world of today, the Dutch government has the duty to have a acceptable informationsecurity and privacy. The dutch government, it's civilians and it's companies are high value targets for possible cyberattacks. As first CISO at the dutch government, Aart Jochem has the responsibility to coordinate and improve the informationsecurity at the government.

Program

16:55 | Call in at MS Teams meeting
17:00 | Start program, including presentation & discussion.
18:30 | End

Audience

People responsible for business continuity and cyber security: CISO, cyber security officer, director cyber security, CIO, director IT, chief business continuity and director business continuity.

Main language

Dutch

Conditions

  • Participants have to meet the previously described target audience.
  • If applicable, our partners will be presented with every application.
  • During all our sessions, the Chatham House Rule applies. This means that the participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed. This means that no report, no photos and no recordings are made of the meeting. The presentation will also not be distributed to the participants afterwards.
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