Cyber Security & Resilience: staying safe in a digital world

Information and communication technology (ICT) is penetrating ever deeper into every facet of society.

Our dependence on data infrastructures and the equipment connected to them is growing by the day. But with the number of threats and vulnerabilities continuing to increase, we are not keeping up our digital resilience. According to the Cybersecurity Beeld Nederland 4 (CSBN4), the biggest threat comes from states and criminals. States tend to focus on stealing confidential or sensitive, competitive information (cyberspying) as well as preparing for cyberconflicts. Criminals mainly target digital fraud and theft of information that can be converted into hard euros or digital Bitcoins. It has become just as important to safeguarding security in this digital world as in the physical world.


INTERPOL training on Darknet and cryptocurrencies targets organized crime

22 August 2016
Identifying criminals and organized crime networks within the Darknet and their modus operandi to avoid law enforcement detection was the focus of a five-day specialized training course hosted at the INTERPOL... Read more

INTERPOL and TNO to collaborate in combating cybercrime

17 June 2016
A joint declaration signed by INTERPOL and the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) will see the two organisations identifying areas for enhanced collaboration in combating cybercrime. ... Read more

European Union Representatives Visit HSD Campus with Focus on 'Cyber Resilient Society'

27 May 2016
On 27 May European Union representatives visited the campus of The Hague Security Delta (HSD), the national innovation centre for security in The Hague. The delegation visits The Netherlands in the context... Read more


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