May 22, 2014
Today we closed our registration, with one exception: members of the press can still register for the NCSRA Symposium. The venue of this event is Crowne Plaza, van Stolkweg 1, 2585 JL The Hague, The Netherlands. We will start at 12 p.m. with a small lunch and end around 18 p.m. with some beverages. This symposium preludes the International NCSC One Conference 2014 on June 3rd and June 4th, at the World Forum in The Hague.
The NCSRA (National - Dutch - Cyber Security Research Agenda) forms the context behind the symposium: during plenary sessions and parallel tracks the cyber security R&D community explains and demonstrates progress and achievements in executing the agenda. Extending the community and sharing the knowledge gained under the NCSRA umbrella is an important objective behind the event. Current cyber security R&D builds on the results of the Sentinels research program. This program on security of ICT, networks and information systems can be considered catalyst for the building of the cyber security community that we have today. Knowledge sharing is achieved by the cooperation between mainly Dutch researchers and public and private partners, involved in the execution of the research agenda. But also projects with international partners fit under the NCSRA umbrella. Examples are the projects in cooperation with the US Department of Homeland Security, some of which will be kicked off during the symposium.
We look forward to welcoming you at the NCSRA Symposium in the Crowne Plaza in The Hague on June 2nd, 2014.
The NCSRA Symposium is an initiative of six Dutch ministries and three divisions of the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO), together funding the Cyber Security R&D programs and is organized by a NWO-RVO-NCSC project team and a program committee consisting of members of the ICT innovation platform on security and privacy (IIP-VV).
NCSRA-SYMPOSIUM | SHARE KNOWLEDGE, MEET & EXPOSE | JUNE 2, 2014