Implementing solid cybersecurity practices is paramount to every organisation, both public and private. New (technological) developments create opportunities for our society, but enable those with malicious intents to infringe upon our security as well.
Within the Security theme, Flevum’s network will spark conversation about cybersecurity and the development of Dutch safety products and novel trends, among other related subjects. This way, Flevum offers a secure and trusted environment in which security themed insights can be shared and discussed to better your organisation.
Get the latest academic insights from the field of risk, business continuity and resilience from expert speaker Anne Bergmans: a seasoned safety and resilience lecturer at the University of Antwerp involved in Safety Sciences. In her work, Anne emphasizes the importance of addressing uncertainty alongside risk, mainly focusing on how people deal with uncertainty within an organization. Her research has provided insights on thinking in terms of risks, cautioning against the illusion of complete control which can create blind spots and lead to unexpected events.
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.
During this Vision Dinner, held under the Chatham House Rule, you'll have the opportunity to learn firsthand from the experience of Vladimir Cibic, CISO at KPN, in making security a priority at the company. Plus, there will be ample opportunities for networking with other executives, both during the dinner and afterwards.
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The world is connected and the speed with which these connections are made is enormous. These developments pose dilemmas and challenges to organisations, citizens, government and society as a whole. After all, digitalisation brings with it new vulnerabilities and the increasing interconnectedness affects the privacy of individuals.Visit Case
How can safety be guaranteed? This is an issue that affects all of us, in all dimensions of our lives. What is certain is that no organisation can guarantee safety without help. What is needed: close cooperation between different sectors, public and private, at home and abroad.Visit Case
Flevum organised this session in response to the vast increase in the amount of data public and private parties are collecting and utilising. It is impossible to imagine modern corporates functioning without it. With the collection of data comes an increased responsibility. Customers and chain partners expect their interest to be protected and their information to be secured by the company they provide it to.Visit Case
Every organisation has a major responsibility when it comes to the handling and security of (digital) data. A growing number of incidents and increasingly complex attack patterns mean that organisations (have to) secure their digital assets in ever more intensive ways and that the CISO has to help innovate in order to continue to protect its IT environment. In this session, Flevum discussed how IT and cyber security leaders are preparing themselves for the dangers of the future.Visit Case
When looking for opportunities to share knowledge and experiences with peers in your field of expertise, Flevum offers a variety of programs which allow open dialogue. Our sessions are based on undermentioned key points.
Because we want to ensure open dialogue, our sessions have a small-scaled nature. This way, we allow participants to share experiences and recently faced challenges. The group of participants varies from 10 to 25.
During our sessions, we bring together participants from various sectors and/or industries. This means participants can share their experiences with peers from other sectors and this allows participants to have a meaningful experience.
Our sessions are introduced by relevant keynote speakers from top 500 companies, healthcare institutions and government institutions. The speaker presents his or her own vision regarding the subject by sharing experiences. The brief introduction will serve as a prelude to the following discussion.
Our sessions focus on peer-to-peer knowledge exchange with a cross-learning character. This means executives will engage in conversation with other executives, CHRO's with CHRO's, but also IT Directors with Data Directors or Innovation Directors. By screening every application to a session, we make sure that all participants are from the same audience. This allows us to ensure peer-to-peer knowledge exchange.
To ensure open dialogue and allow participants to share succes, challenges and other experiences, our sessions are held within an enclosed environment (the Chatham House Rule applies). To be concrete, this means no recordings will be made during the session and shared information will remain private to participants.