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Controlling Risks at the Municipality of The Hague

The Hague is the administrative and political capital of the Netherlands. International city of peace, justice and security. As far as the latter is concerned, it is not just about physical safety, but increasingly also about digital safety or cyber security. The municipality of The Hague has high ambitions when it comes to cyber security and improving digital services. The desire to digitise is inextricably linked to cyber security: the more processes go digital, the more important it is to ensure they are secure.

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Mapping a complex attack surface - PostNL Use Case

PostNL is the largest mail order and delivery organisation in the Netherlands, also operating in Belgium and Luxemburg. It has made mail and parcels accessible for over 220 years, growing to become one of the largest private employers in the Netherlands. Over the years, the organisation has grown through expansions, mergers and acquisitions, making its attack surface rather complex. Gunther Cleijn, Cyber Security Officer explains how he and his team work to ensure the security and daily productivity of the organisation. 

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Use case: Attack surface Management at Provincie Overijssel

For governmental organisations, it is important to have a clear overview of their attack surface and risks. They need to ensure the right policies are in place when it comes to cybersecurity. To illustrate their challenges, and the benefits of attack surface management, we've interviewed one of our customers from the governmental sector. Rick Verkade, Security and Privacy Specialist at Provincie Overijssel shares his experiences in this interview.

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Use case: attack surface management at ifm electronics

Interview with Kevin Kampeter, IT Security Specialist at ifm electronic gmbh.

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