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dcypher house take-over; live COSSAS meet-up and crypto drinks

On 28 June, dcypher is rebranding the Johan de Witthuis into the dcypher house! Join us for a live broadcast of the meetup and drinks with the crypto community.

Published 26 May 2022

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To celebrate the first season of our talkshow series meet-up, dcypher will organise a watching party featuring a panel dicussion with the speakers, joined by additional stakeholders. The subject of the episode and discussion will be the possibility of using open source to foster cybersecurity innovation, and how this pertains to other interests like strategic autonomy and research security.

With some of the leading Dutch CERTs in attendance, this is an event you do not want to miss! After the panel, we will turn words into action by launching COSSAS; an opensource project between TNO and dycpher for automated SOCs. Places are limited and restricted, so make sure to register as soon as possible at!

Netherlands Cryptoland
With dcypher, the national cybersecurity platform of the Netherlands, we want to link up the cryptography ecosystem and connect you with the work we are doing to foster and grow this exciting industry.

Through our roadmap, we want to make sure that more opportunities become available and that the individuals working on emerging technologies know how to find each other, to further grow their projects and turn ideas into reality.

So join us for this special first occasion where we want to bring the network together! From 17.30 onwards, we'd like to welcome you at the Johan de Witthuis, for a keynote by prof. Ronald Cramer, followed by networking drinks. Registration required at

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