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We proudly present

Hâck The hague speakers

From 10am - 6pm CEST, we have an exciting programme full of podcasts, videos, and live interviews with participating hackers, judges and live round table sessions. Follow the event live, and up your knowledge on all things cybersecurity. View the full programme.

Follow the live broadcast on 27 September on hackthehague.com.

To give you some more background stories and a face to each podcast host, we've listed the contributors below.

 

Host

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Chris van 't Hof
Researcher, writer & presenter in IT

Chris van ’t Hof is an independent researcher, writer and presenter in information technology. With his background in both electrical engineering and sociology, he analyses the interaction between human and electronic networks. His eight book: “Helpful Hackers. How the Dutch do Responsible Disclosure.” His company Tek Tok organises conferences, workshops and IT security training. As Secretary of the Dutch Institute for Vulnerability Disclosure, he helps ethical hackers to clean up the internet for free. He also has his own talk show: Hack Talk.

Judges

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Sanne Maasakkers
Security Expert & Ethical Hacker at Fox-IT

Sanne Maasakkers works as a security expert in the Red Team and Research & Intel Fusion Team at Fox-IT in Delft. She is born and raised in the southern part of the Netherlands but lives in The Hague for two years now. In her daily working life, she focuses on Red Teaming, pentesting, social engineering and advising customers about current threats. This year she had the chance to execute the attack as a foreign nation-state APT on the municipality of The Hague during a big cyber crisis exercise.
In addition to her work, she contributes to a “more secure society” by providing awareness training, guest lectures and hack demos in both professional and educational environments. She is one of the trainers for Team Europe during the International Cyber Security Challenge (organized by ENISA), where she will coach the best hackers of Europe before and during the international CTF competition.

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Frank Breedijk
CISO at Schuberg Philis / Head of CSIRT at DIVD

Frank has had an official job in information security for over 20 years and unofficial involvement for longer than he cares to admit. In retrospect, he has always been breaking stuff in expected and unexpected ways. His current day job is CISO for Schuberg Philis, but he is also known for his involvement with the Dutch Institute for Vulnerability Disclosure, where he heads the CSIRT in the efforts to make the internet a safer place.

Edwin van Andel
Edwin van Andel
CE2 at Zerocopter

Edwin van Andel started hacking at the age of 13. Although he is now CE2 of hacker company Zerocopter, his relationship with the hacker community is still the main driving force in his life. His dream to bring the brilliant minds of all hackers he knows together in one room and to hack everything that is brought in is something that he is getting closer to. In addition, together with the “Guild of Grumpy Old Hackers”, he is actively guiding and leading young hackers in the right direction in order to create his ultimate goal - a safe society through a safer internet.

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Jeroen Schipper
CISO at Municipality of The Hague

Jeroen Schipper has more than 15 years of professional experience in information security at the Ministry of Defence and was appointed CISO of the municipality of The Hague in 2018.
With a background in IT and Change Management, he focuses on the further professionalization of the security organization and is responsible for setting up and maintaining the vision and security program of the municipality of The Hague.
Jeroen Schipper is also responsible for the annual Hâck The Hague event, where ethical hackers are invited to hack the live systems of the municipality of The Hague, with the goal to test the digital infrastructure of the Municipality and its suppliers for vulnerabilities.

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Pieter Jansen
CEO & Founder Cybersprint

Pieter Jansen is a passionate cybersecurity specialist and CEO & founder of Cybersprint. With his experience as an ethical hacker and security manager, Pieter has worked on both the ‘offense’ and ‘defense’ side of cybersecurity. Pieter saw new possibilities in developing a platform to automatically map the attack surface of organisations. He started his own company, driven by his ambition ‘to make the digital world more secure’. His motto "Defense is hard, offense is easy" forms the base of the Cybersprint platform.

Speakers about: City Management

Mark Ruijsendaal
Mark Ruijsendaal
Innovation Liaison

Mark is a senior innovation liaison at the Dutch security cluster HSD. Passionate about innovation and multidisciplinary collaboration, technology and human development. Mark works on several human capital programs to get more fitting talent in security, making smart cities safe and deliver urban security, and innovating the national intelligence function together with partners.

Peter van Vliet
Peter van Vliet
Head of Enforcement Organization

Peter van Vliet is the Head of Enforcement Organization of the municipality of The Hague for more than 3,5 years. He previously worked at the Amsterdam Police for 31 years, and after that 4 years as team manager in the city of Haarlem.

Speakers about: Civil Security

Rik van Duijn
Rik van Duijn
Ethical Hacker & Co-founder at Zolder bv

Rik is a security researcher with 9 years of experience as a penetration tester. Nowadays Rik focusses on malware research and defense. His hobbies include cooking, bouldering and long walks on the beach. Rik has presented at Def Con, SHA2017, (whiskey|fristi)leaks, Def Con BlueTeam Village and Tweakers Security/DEV Meetups.

Wesley Neelen
Wesley Neelen
Ethical Hacker & Co-founder at Zolder bv

Wesley has about 9 years’ experience in the offensive security area working as a penetration tester. Next to his work assessing the security of infrastructures, he spends time researching trends within IT security and on developing defensive measures. Wesley likes to actively assess the security of home automation, internet of things and 'smart' innovations. One of the vulnerabilities discovered by Wesley, is a remote command execution (RCE) vulnerability in the Fibaro home center appliance. The vulnerability allowed to remotely obtain root access on the Fibaro device whenever the web interface is reachable. Also, he discovered vulnerabilities within a smartwatch cloud that disclosed the location history of about 300.000 of its users.

Rene van Kuilenberg
René van Kuilenburg
Director-General Public Affairs of The Hague

Over the past years, René has been active in various managerial roles for big municipalities in The Netherlands, amongst others as CIO. As Director-General Public Affairs of The Hague, René plays an important role in balancing safe handling of personal data of the citizens of the municipality with accessibility and user friendliness of the systems.

Marjolijn Bonthuis
Marjolijn Bonthuis
Program Director at ECP

Marjolijn is progam director digital safety, cyber security and internet goverance at ECP | Platform for the Information Society. This foundation aims to stimulate the development of the Netherlands as an information society, through creating the necessary economic, social and political preconditions in order to: capitalise on the opportunities of ICT; remove threats associated with ICT; and foster debate on the meaning of information technology for Dutch society. Marjolijn is responsible for programs and projects in the field of Cyber Safety and Security, among which Alert Online, the campaign for the Cyber Security Month, the Dutch Safer Internet Centre (EU Better Internet for Kids program) and the Dutch Cyber Security Alliance. She is also one of the members of the Steering Committee of the Dutch Media Literacy Centre (Netwerk Mediawijzer) and Dutch delegation leader of the UN Internet Governance Forum (NLIGF).

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Pieter Jansen
CEO & Founder Cybersprint

Pieter Jansen is a passionate cybersecurity specialist and CEO & founder of Cybersprint. With his experience as an ethical hacker and security manager, Pieter has worked on both the ‘offense’ and ‘defense’ side of cybersecurity. Pieter saw new possibilities in developing a platform to automatically map the attack surface of organisations. He started his own company, driven by his ambition ‘to make the digital world more secure’. His motto "Defense is hard, offense is easy" forms the base of the Cybersprint platform.

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Thijs Bosschert
Security Professional

In 2015 Thijs Bosschert started his own company Thice Security after being active in the security field for 15 years, and having worked for multiple companies such as Fox-IT, Verizon and Deloitte. After starting his own company Thice quickly had more work and idea’s than he could work on, on his own. He was soon joined by his brother Bas, who had been active in the security field as well since the turn of the century. Thice Security provides no-nonsense high quality security services including incident response, penetration testing, consultancy and (interim) CISO roles.

Speakers about: Hack Trends

Edwin van Andel
Edwin van Andel
CE2 at Zerocopter

Edwin van Andel started hacking at the age of 13. Although he is now CE2 of hacker company Zerocopter, his relationship with the hacker community is still the main driving force in his life. His dream to bring the brilliant minds of all hackers he knows together in one room and to hack everything that is brought in is something that he is getting closer to. In addition, together with the “Guild of Grumpy Old Hackers”, he is actively guiding and leading young hackers in the right direction in order to create his ultimate goal - a safe society through a safer internet.

Chantal Stekelenburg
Chantal Stekelenburg
Head of Operations at Zerocopter

Chantal Stekelenburg is Head of Operations at Zerocopter helping clients get the best out of their bug bounty hunters and bug bounty hunters get the best out of their clients. As a co-founder and organizer of WICCA (Women in Cybersecurity Community Association), she is also involved in bringing infosec ladies and (female) security enthusiasts together to learn about exploits, hacking, incident response, forensics, the low-level stuff, hardware hacking, and especially making bad crypto jokes! Her main goal is to build a community of badass women in the Netherlands and hopefully inspire future generations to join keyboards and get the hacking started!

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Thijs Bosschert
Security Professional & Game Designer

In 2015 Thijs Bosschert started his own company Thice Security after being active in the security field for 15 years, and having worked for multiple companies such as Fox-IT, Verizon and Deloitte. After starting his own company Thice quickly had more work and idea’s than he could work on, on his own. He was soon joined by his brother Bas, who had been active in the security field as well since the turn of the century. Thice Security provides no-nonsense high quality security services including incident response, penetration testing, consultancy and (interim) CISO roles.

Daniel Meinsma
Daniel Meinsma
Security Researcher & Instructor at Haagse Hogeschool

Daniel Meinsma is Technical Security Researcher and Instructor at The Hague University of Applied Science. His areas of interest are Capture the Flag Education, Useable Security and Automated Vulnerability Research. Daniel takes part in the Dutch Joint Cyber Range initiative.

Alex Scherphof
Alex Scherphof
Security Specialist at SecureIT & Lecturer at Hogeschool Rotterdam

Alex is an ethical hacker who aims to bridge the gap between cybersecurity and other domains. After completing a bachelor in Computer Science Engineering, he founded SecureIT, a company that provides in-depth cybersecurity services to small and medium-sized businesses. Besides being a Security Specialist at SecureIT, Alex is also a cybersecurity lecturer at the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences (RUAS). As a lecturer, he aspires to teach students the hacker mindset, enabling them to identify exploitable weaknesses in systems and people. To further expand his security knowledge and skillset, he also enrolled into, and graduated from the executive master in Cybersecurity at Leiden University.

Sam Cornelisse
Sam Cornelisse
Student Computer Science Engineering

Sam Cornelisse is a 3rd year student of Computer Science Engineering at the Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences. In the past few years, he got interested in cybersecurity which eventually became a hobby of his. In the next years of his study, Sam is hoping to determine whether or not he would like to make a career in this subject of IT.

Michael de Klein
Michael de Klein
Ethical Hacker

23-year-old Michael has been attracted to computers most of his life and graduated from Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences. When he started his training and looked at the broad range of ICT, he quickly decided that creating applications was nice, but taking them apart was even nicer. That’s what lead him to doing a minor Cyber Security, getting to know the possibilities of ethical hacking and penetration testing and winning an award at Hâck the Hague 2019. He currently works as ethical hacker for Computest Security where he continues to learn every day

Tsvetelina Shabanska
Tsvetelina Shabanska
Product owner at Cybersprint

Tsvetelina Shabanska is a Product Owner in Cybersprint. She has a background in cybersecurity and crisis management. In her professional endeavors she has previously taken the role of Test Engineer and has supported several innovation projects in the defense industry.

Speakers about: National Security

Vincent Stittelaar
Vincent Stittelaar
Cybercrime team Police The Hague

Vincent Stittelaar is a positively minded person working already nearly 20 yrs for the Dutch Police. Besides his law enforcement experience, during which he dealt with financial and economic crimes, he also worked as a private investigator dealing with insurance fraud and as a consultant developing new forms of higher professional education. His drive is to achieve results via cooperation and create a safe(r) digital society. He started combatting cybercrime and dealing with cybersecurity in 2015. Since September 2019 he works as chief inspector for the cybercrime team of the police division The Hague. As an account-manager cybercrime for public private partnership he thinks in possibilities, connecting with the appropriate (international) partners. His experience lies in acting as a strategic partner when dealing with cybercrime/-security, spreading awareness by giving presentations at e.g. SME’s, schools, municipalities, organizing cybersecurity events and setting up and maintaining partnerships with a focus on projects that deal with the prevention against and the disruption of cybercrime. After finishing his thesis he will graduate from the executive master Cybersecurity at Leiden University.

Philipp Amann
Philipp Amann
Head of Expertise & Stakeholder Management at EC3

Philipp is the Head of Expertise & Stakeholder Management at the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3). His Unit is responsible for assessing and acting on relevant trends and threats related to cybercrime and cyber-security. Other key areas of responsibility include providing strategic support to investigations, driving innovation, managing EC3’s industry advisory groups, prevention & awareness and capacity building.

Philipp has worked in various fields, including the financial sector, global disarmament, international investigations and on issues related to safety and security in cyberspace, topics he deeply cares about.

His professional experience is complemented by degrees in business informatics from the University of Vienna and in forensic computing and cybercrime investigation from the University College Dublin.

Luuk Dijkema
Luuk Dijkema
ISO at Municipality of The Hague

In his interest in an ever-changing world, Luuk developed himself from a graduate in International Relations towards a Cyber Security Advisor for the municipality of the Hague. With an educational background in governance and a keen interest in the rapidly evolving cyberspace, he has worked on cyber crisis management within the municipality. For him working in cybersecurity within a governmental organization combines his curiosity with a feeling of fulfillment.

Bram Perenboom
Bram Perenboom
City Advisor Information Security at Municipality of The Hague

In his role Bram's mission is to improve the cyber resilience of the city of The Hague. His educational background is public administration with a focus on crisis and security management. With a special interest in cyber crisis management and helping cyber volunteers in The Hague. He is always interested in learning more and enjoying what he does every day.

Daan Rijnders
Daan Rijnders
Lead Cyber Secure at Municipality of The Hague

As of 1 January 2021 Daan is responsible for building a new city-wide strategy and coalition to increase the cybersecurity & resilience of the city of The Hague and it’s critical infrastructure. Daan joined the municipality in 2014 to work on the development of the city’s cybersecurity innovation & entrepreneurial ecosystem, called The Hague Security Delta. He led the program team and worked on applied cybersecurity innovation programs & projects; new investment funds; new educational & research programs; international acquisition, trade and conferences; and the development of the IT & Security Campus in The Hague. Before joining the municipality in 2014 Daan was co-founder/partner of a company in the event industry.

Marieke van Wallenburg
Marieke van Wallenburg
Director-General at Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations

After graduation Marieke van Wallenburg started her career at the Ministry of Finance, and she has worked in government ever since. Currently, Marieke is Director-General Public Administration (DGOO) at the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations of The Netherlands. Her Directorate-General strives for a future proof public administration, with good employership and effective use of technology, while protecting fundamental rights and public values. Marieke is pleased to contribute to Hâck the Hague, as this event helps to increase awareness about and improve digital security.

Speakers about: Corporate Security

Mischa Rick van Geelen
Mischa Rick van Geelen
Technical Lead at NFIR

In 2011 the 13 year old Mischa contacted the ABN AMRO to inform them about vulnerabilities in the systems of the bank. With the introduction of responsible disclosure, he was able to use his skills to help organizations improve their digital security. Mischa worked for companies like Radically Open Security, Madison Ghurka and Sogeti and is currently Technical Lead Pentesting en Incident Response projects at NFIR.

Arwi van der Sluijs
Arwi van der Sluijs
GM & Exec. Consultant Cybersecurity at NFIR

Arwi has more than 30 years of experience in ICT, acquired amongst others by working for KPN and Ordina. He currently is General Manager and Executive Consultant Cyber Security at NFIR, a digital forensic research firm which he co-founded in 2006. NFIR assists companies with their incident response services and digital forensic research.

Zawadi Done
Zawadi Done
Cybersecurity Consultant at NFIR

On his website he tells visitors that ‘he’s doing stuff with computers’, publishing blogs on various hacks and tools. Zawadi is currently working on his Bachelor of Applied Science - BASc Cyber Security & Cloud at the University of Utrecht and is part-time Security Engineer, Pen Tester and Incident Responder at NFIR.

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Pieter Jansen
CEO & Founder Cybersprint

Pieter Jansen is a passionate cybersecurity specialist and CEO & founder of Cybersprint. With his experience as an ethical hacker and security manager, Pieter has worked on both the ‘offense’ and ‘defense’ side of cybersecurity. Pieter saw new possibilities in developing a platform to automatically map the attack surface of organisations. He started his own company, driven by his ambition ‘to make the digital world more secure’. His motto "Defense is hard, offense is easy" forms the base of the Cybersprint platform.

Kees Hintbergen
Kees Hintbergen
Advisor Information Security at IBD

Vanaf het prille begin ben ik betrokken bij de IBD en in de oorspronkelijk opzet in 2012 aangetrokken samen met mijn broer Jule om de Baseline Informatiebeveiliging voor gemeenten (BIG) te schrijven. Sindsdien ben ik als senior informatiebeveiligingsadviseur betrokken bij de startup en inrichting van de CERT voor gemeenten, waar ik tot op heden met twee collega’s de dagelijks binnenkomende vragen en incidenten behandel. Daarnaast ben ik betrokken geweest bij het schrijven aan de BIR2017 en de BIO en schrijf ik mee aan kennisproducten die de IBD als BIO-OP aanwijzingen, factsheets en handreikingen publiceert op de IBD-website. Verder bereid ik presentaties voor en geef ik deze bij verschillende (gemeentelijke) gremia met als insteek informatiebeveiliging, bewustwording, nadere duiding over informatiebeveiligingsmaatregelen en wat verder zo ter tafel komt. Als laatste ben ik 1 van de trekkers van ons risicoanalyse tool IRPA, die de IBD aan alle gemeenten en samenwerkingsverbanden ter beschikking stelt voor het uitvoeren van privacy- en informatiebeveiligings analyses. Op dit moment ben ik ook gedetacheerd vanuit de iBD bij de Kiesraad, waar ik me onder andere bezighoudt met het definiëren en uitwerken van informatiebeveiligingsmaatregelen in verband met de aanschaf van nieuwe verkiezingssoftware.

Edwin van Andel
Edwin van Andel
CE2 at Zerocopter

Edwin van Andel started hacking at the age of 13. Although he is now CE2 of hacker company Zerocopter, his relationship with the hacker community is still the main driving force in his life. His dream to bring the brilliant minds of all hackers he knows together in one room and to hack everything that is brought in is something that he is getting closer to. In addition, together with the “Guild of Grumpy Old Hackers”, he is actively guiding and leading young hackers in the right direction in order to create his ultimate goal - a safe society through a safer internet

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Arne Padmos
Advisor NCSC

Arne is an advisor at the National Cyber ​​Security Center (NCSC) and is working on a digitally secure and resilient Netherlands.

Lilian Knippenberg
Lilian Knippenberg
Senior Information Security Officer at Municipality of The Hague

Lilian Knippenberg is senior information security officer at the municipality of The Hague. She is focused on the human side of information security, where processes and technology meet. Her drive to always see the bigger picture, helps to put the confidentiality, integrity and availability of data in perspective for business owners.