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dcypher update: Bibi van den Berg joines our board

Published 8 December 2022

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Our board sets the strategy of dcypher on how to combine demand, supply and finance, to achieve a safer, smarter, digital resilient and strategic autonomous Netherlands. Together, our board members represent all the different public and private stakeholders in cybersecurity innovation in the Netherlands.

Today, are very excited to announce that, starting from today, Prof. Bibi van den Berg will be joining our board to add to our vision and mission, representing the academic part of cybersecurity innovation. Bibi is Professor in Cybersecurity Governance and head of the research group Cybersecurity Governance at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs of the University of Leiden.

She is also chair of the ACCSS, the ACademic Cyber Security Society, the association for scientists in the Netherlands active in cybersecurity research, and member of the Cybersecurity Counsil (CSR). With her extensive knowledge of cybersecurity, she is a very welcome addition of the dcypher board. We are looking forward to her contributions to dcypher!

Bibi will replace Aiko Pras as board member. We want to thank Aiko for his large commitment to dcypher and his critical but always constructive view on how cybersecurity innovation should be improved. We wish him much success with his future endeavors in beautiful Twente.

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