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Cyber-resilience: how resilient are we, actually?


Please note: this event will be held in Dutch

As of November 2018, the Dutch Law “Wet Beveiliging Netwerk- en Informatiesystemen (WBNI)” was initiated. WBNI is the translation of the European “directive on Security of Network and Information Systems”, the NIS-directive. This directive enhances the security on the Internet for Europe by enhancing resilience and limiting the negative results following cyberincidents.

Our Chapter therefore dedicates our next event to “Cyber-resilience”. We will investigate how resilient The Netherlands actually is during a large cyberthreat. How would our utility companies and digital infrastructures perform, what are, or should be, focal points for monitoring and enforcement.

what Cyber-resilience: how resilient are we, actually?
when 28/05/2019
where Mercure Hotel Amersfoort Centre, De Nieuwe Poort 20, 3812 PA Amersfoort

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AGENDA

 
17:30 Doors open, coffee/tea and bread rolls
 
18:15 Start event
  • Chapter update
  • Introduction of speakers
 
18:30 Wbni, are you ready?

Jasper Nagtegaal / Rob Augustinus – Agentschap Telecom

Providers of essential services in, among other things, the energy and digital infrastructure and digital service providers of e.g. cloud services that fall under the Wbni must be appropriate and to take proportionate technical and organizational measures to reduce the risks to control the security of their network and information systems. In this presentation explained what this means in practice, what is expected of these organizations and how Agentschap Telecom will oversee this.

 
19:15 Collaborative DDoS Mitigation

Cristian Hesselman – head of SIDN labs

Banks and government agencies in the Netherlands repeatedly suffered from outages in the as a result of relatively small DDoS attacks. This is worrisome, because DDoS attacks will only get bigger and more complex, for instance as a result of the emerging “Internet of Things”. This presentation is about a proactive and collaborative DDoS mitigation strategy for the Dutch critical infrastructure, which revolves around providers of critical services continually collecting information on potential and active DDoS sources and automatically sharing this information with other providers.

 
20:00 Break
 
20:15 Third subject : to be announced
 
21:00 Networking, drinks
 
22:00 End
 

SPEAKERS

The bio's of the speakers will be placed soon.

PARTICIPATION and REGISTER

As usual, no admission fee is due for this event. However, you do need to register. Please use the link(s) on this page. An event code is required to register and will be send by email to (ISC)² NL registrants.

The event will earn you 4 CPE’s. If you registered with (ISC)² NL and are a (ISC)² member we will submit your CPE’s for you if you sign our list upon arrival and departure. There will be an (ISC)² NL list at the entrance. Upon request we can provide you with a statement of participation.

 

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