Symposium 2019 Programme

dcypher Symposium 2019 connecting cybersecurity knowledge – enterprises - policies
#dSymp 3 December 2019 Media Plaza Utrecht

"After the event" overview

Programme with most presentations included in the subpages 

09:15 - 11.00 Opening

09:15  Introduction  
Chris van 't Hof, Chair of the day 

09:20  Opening speech
prof. dr. Stan Gielen, President Executive Board of NWO (Dutch Research Council)

09:30  Challenge the Cyber and European Cyber Security Challenge 
Experiences of participants CtC and ECSC

09:45  Hardware insecurity: Plenty of room at the bottom (for attackers)
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prof. Herbert Bos, VU Amsterdam             

10:15  Europe’s Digital Sovereignty:  Building Ecosystems 
prof. dr. Gabi Dreo Rodosek, Code Institut München

10:50  Programme Explanation  
Chris van 't Hof

11:00 - 11.30 Coffee+ / Demo Expo

11.30 - 12.45 Sessions 1

12:45 - 13:45 Lunch / Demo Expo

13.45 - 15.00 Sessions 2

15:00 - 15:30 Tea+ / Demo Expo

15:30 - 17.00 Debate/Closure

15:30 Introduction
Chris van 't Hof, Chair    

15:35 Measuring the ups and downs of cybercrime
dr. Richard Clayton (University of Cambridge)

16:10 Panel "Is our digital sovereignty at stake?" 
led by prof. Willem Jonker  (University of Twente)

A high-quality, autonomous knowledge position must prevent excessive dependence on cyber security expertise and cyber security solutions from other countries or continents. But what does that actually imply?

16:45 Handing over of the booklet US-NL cooperation in cybersecurity research
Jan Piet Barthel hands over the first edition of the booklet US-NL cooperation in cybersecurity research to Jeremy Epstein, National Science Foundation (NSF), Wim Hafkamp, National Cyber Security Center (NCSC) and Arian Steenbruggen, Dutch Research Council (NWO).

16.55 Closing Remarks
Jan Piet Barthel

17:00 - 17.30 Drinks+

The dcypher Symposium is co-funded through a MIT Grant for Network activities by TKI HTSM.

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This symposium is organised by dcypher in close cooperation with the Dutch Research Council (NWO), the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RvO), the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and the Taskforce Applied Research (NPRO-SIA). New this edition is that also the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) contributes and the recently founded Dutch Institute for Vulnerability Disclosure (DIVD).