Bert Voorbraak, Director of IT Management and Development at the Land Registry, has as the content responsible, created a plan to keep our data secure and ensure the continuity of the Land Registry's services in times of war. During a unique Vision Dinner, he will reflect on the journey the Land Registry has taken in its cybersecurity efforts, the strategy behind the current policy, and the response to past threats.
If you are curious about Bert's story, have questions for him, or would like to exchange experiences and challenges with other participants (peers in the field), you are warmly invited to join this roundtable session.
Bert Voorbraak, Kadaster
Director of IT Management and Development
"Bert Voorbraak is an IT, data, and security professional with a long history of service in the government. Bert began his career at Philips and then moved on to the Tax and Customs Administration. After a brief stint in the private sector, he became the CIO at the University of Amsterdam (and the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, HvA). Currently, Bert has been working for the Land Registry in his current role for 2 1/2 years.
Due to the escalation of geopolitical tensions, such as those between Ukraine and Russia, security has become a major priority. The Land Registry also suspected that it was becoming an increasingly clear target for cyberattacks. This development coincided with an ongoing transition to a more data-driven way of working, which has led to an increasingly important role for cybersecurity at the Land Registry. Privacy, security, and continuity are now even considered the highest priorities in the multi-year plan.
Location: Restaurant HFSLG, Bosch en Duin
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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