Cyber Security Week 2017

September 14th 2017 - 15:00

From 25 September until 29 September it is Cyber Security Week in The Hague. 

HCSS will host a workshop of the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace (GCSC) on Tuesday 26 September with Uri Rosenthal, Marietje Schaake and Olaf Kolkman with the Title: "International norms, Cyberstability and the future of the Internet”. This will be a workshop by invitation only. More information will be available as of early May

HCSS research on Cyber Security:

Cyber as a domain: concepts and capabilities 

Enabling big data applications for security: responsible by design

Dutch Investments in ICT and Cybersecurity

Securing Critical Infrastructures in the Netherlands – Towards a National Testbed

NWO funded cybersecurity research: a bird's eye view of the current research portfolio 

Assessing Cyber Security

Michel Rademaker is the Deputy Director of HCSS. He has a degree in Transport and Logistics, which he obtained at the University of Tilburg. He has fifteen years of hands-on experience as an officer in The Royal Netherlands Army, where he held various military operational and staff posts and also served a term in former Yugoslavia. After leaving the armed forces, Mr. Rademaker went on to work at the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) as a project and program manager and senior policy advisor for ten years.

Dr. Alexander Klimburg is Director of the GCSC Initiative and Secretariat, Director Cyber Policy and Resilience Program at The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies, and a former associate and former research fellow of the Science Technology and Public Policy Program and Cyber Security Project at the Harvard Kennedy School’s Belfer Center. Dr. Klimburg is also a nonresident senior fellow with the Atlantic Council, and an associate fellow at the Austrian Institute of European and Security Policy.

Erik Frinking is the Director of the Strategic Futures Program at HCSS. He holds a Master’s degree in Political Science from Leiden University. For almost twenty years, he has been involved in addressing high-level, complex policy issues for a wide variety of European countries and international organizations. Mr. Frinking worked for more than 13 years at the Leiden branch of the RAND Corporation, where he was director of the Education, Science & Technology, and Innovation program.

Louk Faesen is a Strategic Analyst at HCSS. He holds a Master’s degree in Law and Politics of International Security (LLM) from the VU University of Amsterdam.