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The Hague University of Applied Sciences, Saxion and NHL Stenden has been awarded the Stimulating Practical Research Groups (SPRONG) grant

Published 18 January 2023

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The Hague University of Applied Sciences, Saxion and NHL Stenden has been awarded the Stimulating Practical Research Groups (SPRONG) grant.

Collaboration with local and regional partners is being intensified by linking knowledge brokers from the field to researchers from the core group.

The number of cyber attacks is increasing, while the resilience of organizations is lagging behind. By better equipping public and private organizations for cyber threats, the SPRONG group Expertise Network Cyber ​​Resilient Netherlands has a direct impact.

dcypher supports this initiative because it can make a solid contribution to research and innovation in the field of cybersecurity, in which the applied research of HBO plays an important role.

The focus is not so much on technology, but rather on people: which behavioral and attitude aspects influence cyber resilience and how can organizations improve these aspects? The ambition of the SPRONG group is to become the leading expertise network in the field of cyber resilience issues within public and private organizations.

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