Research & Business

Revelatory products and unexpected angles

Find out more about some companies active in SBIR research projects, the Team High Tech Crime of the Dutch police, the world's first not-for profit security consultancy company, and opportunities for private/public collaboration in the Scientist on The Job scheme.

11.15 Welcome

11.20 Start pitches of the running SBIR cyber security projects:

•    Intrinsic-ID: project BYOS
by Vincent van der Leest, director business development
•    Innovalor: project Mobile app for identity finding
by Maarten Wegdam, co-founder and managing partner
•    Coblue Cybersecurity: project Crypto valuta information
by Friso Stoffer, chief financial officer
•    Ic3d Media: project Cybercheck
by Lennart Roosendaal, marketing & special projects
•    Digital Intelligence Group: project Cyberscan
by Wim Jagtenberg, sales and business development
•    Ziuz Forensics: project Visual Clearing Service
by Jos Flury, EVP forensic & surveillance

11:45 Presentations:

•    Scientists on the job (NWO & TNO)
researchers work some time (3-6 months) at a private company, or knowledge institute
by Jan Piet Barthel, program manager cyber security at NWO and Rolf van Wegberg, researcher at TNO
•    Test results of the SIG security method
(result of a SBIR project) of a software product of Coblue Cybersecurity
by Rob van der Veer, principal consultant
•    Radically Open Security: innovative business model and “Core Principles”
by John Sinteur, co-founder
 

12.30     Knowledge market/networktime/lunch

 

Chaired by Erik Poll
Erik Poll is associate professor in the Digital Security group at the Radboud University Nijmegen. His research focusses on software security and smartcards, incl. applications such as electronic payment systems and smart grids.