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Looking forward to a bustling day at the dcypher house

Published 16 June 2022

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The programming for the dcypher house is coming along nicely.

Starting at 2pm, we are very excited to have an excellent line-up of speakers, including Brenno de Winter (CSPO, Ministry of Health), Rob van Os (SOC-CMM) and Olaf Streutker (CISO Office, ABN AMRO) with additional contributions from Jaya Baloo (CISO, Avast) and Berry Vetjens (Market Director, TNO). Together with the audience, we will discuss the value of open source for innovation in automated security, so this is an event you do not want to miss. Only a few places are left, so sign up quickly at https://www.eventbrite.nl/e/tickets-dcypher-live-1-342013299987.

Then, at 5.30pm, prof. Ronald Cramer (CWI) will give a keynote on the current state of play in post-quantum cryptography developments and make a couple of exciting announcements on the dcypher roadmap plans for the rest of the year. Places for this event are also limited, so make sure to register at https://www.eventbrite.nl/e/tickets-netherlands-cryptoland-get-together-with-a-keynote-from-prof-cramer-349491557657!

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