OWASP Netherlands Chapter Meeting
March 7th, 2013
"Incident Respons in a Cyberwar context and Responsible Disclosure"
This chaptermeeting will be about Incident respons in a cyberwar context and responsible disclosure.
18:30 - 19:00 Registration
19:00 - 19:15 Welcome & Updates
19:15 - 20:00 Incident Respons in a Cyberwar context - Dennis Lemckert
20:00 - 20:15 Break
20:15 - 21:00 Disclosure - Lex Borger & André Koot
Incident Respons in a Cyberwar context
Cyber Warfare is the new buzz in the IT security. However, is War to compare with today's interconnected world? Are breaches in Integrity, Continuity and Exclusivity similar to an attack on a state?
Dennis Lemckert is active in the IT world for almost 20 years. 12 Years thereof, he's
However, telling others how to do something well, leaves Dennis little time to play with the latest and cool tools, so he spends most of his time writing documentation, both technical and non-technical, giving awareness training, providing training to both technical staff and management and analyzing and improving incident processes.
Disclosure, Prevention is better than to cure
In this presentation we explain what the background was behind our request to CPB to perform research of the Diagnostics for U case. We discuss recent incidents in healthcare (Henk Krol, the Groene Land Hospital), and the effects of the announcement for the companies involved. We will also discuss the practice of Responsible Disclosure (the initiatives of the NCSC and others) and the arise of Responsible Disclosure (Leak October and other hacks) and how companies can ensure that information is sufficiently protected against privacy leaks using data identification and classification.
Lex Borger is a consultant at Ideas to Interconnect (I-to-I). He has more than 20
André Koot's Security Consultant with expertise in Identity Management and Access Control.
Download: Campus Access Map
The EWI faculty is the highest building of the campus and can easily be spotted from the highway.
Route to the Snijders hall: follow the main entrance, to the left along the counter, turn left through the glass corridor up the stairs, first room on the right. The hall sits at the head of the low-rise building.
Highway A13 (The Hague - Rotterdam)
By public transport
From station Delft, take RET bus 40 (to Rotterdam CS) and get off the bus at busstop "Cornelis Drebbelweg"
There's ample parking available at the venue.
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OWASP Netherlands Chapter
OWASP Foundation is a professional association of global members and is open to anyone interested in learning more about application security. Local chapters are run independently and governed by the Chapter Leader Handbook. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit professional association.