During this Vision Dinner, Matthijs Zwart, CIO & CISO, will take you through the security approach within Vitens. As a vital company that must always deliver, breaches can have serious consequences. The risk of no access to drinking water is at stake. To avoid this threat Vitens for instance simulates scenarios in which the software doesn’t function for an extended period of time to see if the company can still supply drinking water without computers.
After the presentation, there is the opportunity for an open discussion with Matthijs and the other participants. You are most welcome to join!
Matthijs Zwart, Vitens
CIO & CISO
Since 2017 Matthijs is working at Vitens, the largest drinking water company in the Netherlands. He previously worked at the American media company AMC International, where his responsibilities included the end-to-end operation of international media traffic and distribution for 80 television channels reaching 450 million households. Before that he held various positions within KPN where he spawned the first mobile internet service in Europe. Matthijs has a Master of Science in Applied Physics.
It is frequently difficult to keep all systems up to date and to screen for potential cyber-attacks. As a result, the likelihood of an attack within an organisation remains high. How do you keep up with the minimizing cyber risk at your company in the never-ending race with hackers?
Location: Restaurant Hoefslag, Bosch en Duin
17:30 - 20:30
Event for Directors and manager in Cyber Security
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