Business built on sand or stone? Security and business continuity at Worldline Global and Van Lanschot Kempen

October 13, 2022

During this Vision Dinner Natascha Hannema, Head of Business Continuity, Resilience and Information Security at Worldline Global and Fred Jekel, Executive Director Cyber Security at Van Lanschot Kempen will share their insights.

Natascha will focus on the complex challenges concerning Business Continuity, Resilience and Information Security in an increasingly interconnected and interdependent world. She will elaborate how to do so within a multinational, dealing with dispersed organisations and different cultures. Furthermore, Natascha will kick-start the discussion by zooming in on how the Dutch and European company need to incorporate interdependence within their strategies to ensure continuity.

Fred will further dive into this story and will challenge us with his statement: Business Continuity and Information Security: Natural partners or arch rivals?’

After their presentation, there is a moderated discussion with Natascha, Fred and the other participants. You are most welcome to join!

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

Natascha Hannema, Worldline Global

Fred Jekel, Van Lanschot Kempen

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Natascha Hannema

Head of Business Continuity, Resilience and Information Security

Natascha is head of an International team with professionals who live and work in nine different countries. Within here role, she aligns and implement European oversight regulation, supports innovative Payments solutions by excellent Information Security and Business Continuity & (cyber) resilience, and combines technical solutions with functional processes and highly skilled people.

Worldline Global

Fred Jekel

Executive Director Cyber Security

Fred Jekel has an extensive career in IT, Audit and Security. Fred joined Van Lanschot Kempen in 2008, where he held several positions in the field of audit and IT Security. Currently, he holds the position of Executive Director Cyber Security. Fred has an Executive MBA, Business & IT from Nyenrode Business University.

Van Lanschot Kempen


The COVID-19 pandemic, the War in Ukraine and the crisis with Russia are important factors rethink and reshape business continuity, crisis management and security approaches. Increased interdependencies between a company and their business partners, public agencies, and other sectors create new levels of complexity. Digital transformation and hyper-convergence create unintended gateways to risks, vulnerabilities, attacks and failures. How do approach and ensure both business continuity and an adequate level of security in this complex environment?


Location: De Heeren van Montfoort
17:30 - 20:30


Vision Dinner for Information Security Leaders




  • Participants have to meet the previously described target audience.
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