The magazine will be used to share the results of the programme with the wider security community. This will enable the programme to contribute to the cyber-resilience of Dutch society.
The joint research programme was launched in 2014 with the aim of enhancing the prevention and detection of cyber-attacks and the response to cyber-security incidents. Working with the programme partners, applied research is being carried out to create a bridge between scientific research and the products and services that are being developed for the market.
One of the advantages of this joint research is that the methods developed can be verified using real (anonymized) data. The pool of specialist knowledge that the partners can draw on means that the programme’s research results are of a higher quality than would have been possible through separate research programmes. The quality of the results obtained has led to the continuation of the research programme.
Printed copies of the magazine will be available at the ‘Innovating in Cyber Security’ stand at the NCSC One conference on 16 and 17 May, at the World Forum in The Hague, and the magazine can be downloaded below.