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dcypher tip: Webinar 'Bestuurder in Control'

Published 13 June 2022

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During this webinar several topics will be discussed surrounding the role of the leader in situations that are less desirable when working in a digital environment. With the increasing numbers of cyberattacks, ranging from DDoS attacks on hospitals and research institutions to phishing e-mails that look to be send from banks, health insurances or governments, these are subjects that are currently more relevant then ever before.

How do you assess the way you are in control, as a leader, during such an attack? How do you bring this up with management and how do you, as CISO or CIO start the right conversation with the leader, owner or management about these matters?

To answer these questions several CISO's or CIO's within different fields will be present during the webinar to talk about this in an open and cybersecurity-minded manner. Have a look down below for the attending speakers and their expertise to know what you can expect!

Marjolijn Bonthuis (ECP- Alert Online)
Hans de Vries (Min. JenV)
Ronald Verbeek (CIO Platform Nederland)
Liesbeth Holterman (Cyberveilig Nederland / Novel-T)
Luisella ten Pierik (Stedin)
Sander Kruese (Deventer Ziekenhuis)

More information about the webinar can be found here (available in Dutch).

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