From 8-11 July 2019, the 100 Resilient Cities network will pay a visit to The Hague and Rotterdam to join the 2019 Urban Resilience Summit. The visitors will visit the Cyber Living Lab at The Hague Security Delta campus, where participants, representing cities from all over the world, will join to learn about the innovation processes and best practices. Cybersprint will present and demonstrate their Digital Risk Protection platform with features especially developed to scan the digital footprint and help a city’s cyber resilience.read more
There is a shift in the way cyber criminals are targeting organisations. The methods of mass phishing and hacking are making way for more directed and personalised attacks. They carefully select their targets and craft convincing messages. However, that takes much more time and preparation. To make up for that, they now use automated techniques to carry out attacks. How can you protect your organisation from this emerging threat?read more
Cybersprint will be participating in the Infosecurity Europe in London, from 4-6 June 2019. Meet us in Person and book a meeting.
Cybersprint will be participating in the Infosecurity Europe in London, from 4-6 June 2019. Our stand will be located in the Holland IT Security House at stand M40. We invite you to come and pay us a visit and learn more about overcoming your organisation’s cyber security challenges with our Digital Risk Protection solutions. Moreover, our colleague Robert Krenn will present on the value of ‘automated hacking’ on Thursday 6 June.read more
A good reputation is one of the most important assets for any company. That’s why many organisations invest a lot in building a positive and trustworthy brand identity. Strengthened by the emergence of a digital society, online visibility is of growing relevance for organisations that range from local to multinational. Like with every opportunity, there is also a downside. Strong brand names are immensely prone to abuse. Therefore, brand protection is becoming increasingly important.read more
CEO Cybersprint Pieter Jansen joins the Advisory Board of dcypher, the platform for cyber security research and education of the Dutch government and NWO.
PRESS RELEASE – CEO Cybersprint Pieter Jansen joins the Advisory Board of dcypher, the platform for cyber security research and education of the Dutch government and NWO.read more
Meet us at Infosecurity Denmark in Copenhagen on 1 and 2 May 2019, and join our seminar on Digital Risk Protection and automated hacking.
Cybersprint will be participating at the Infosecurity Denmark trade show in Copenhagen on 1 and 2 May 2019. You can find us at stand number 912. Besides a stand, we will also host a seminar on day two about Digital Risk Protection and automated hacking. At the Cybersprint stand, our team is ready to tell you all about how we can help you protect your organisation. A free demo of our Digital Risk Protection platform will give you insights into your online attack surface. Interested in meeting us? Register here for a free ticket to visit our stand and attend our presentation.read more
20 young people, including 10 American youngsters from Albuquerque and the Navajo Nation in New Mexico, will be welcomed in The Hague by Cybersprint on 21 March 2019. The young coding talents will learn how to use their coding and hacking skills in a positive way and to make the digital world safer. They will also see real life examples of how they could use these skills to increase their career opportunities. The programme is part of the CyberHeroes-week which is set up by Cyberworkplace in Rotterdam and the American Embassy in The Hague.read more
30 master students visited the HSD campus as part of the ‘Entrepreneurial Skills Course’. Cybersprint set three of the students a business challenge to solve.
Cybersprint takes part in the ‘Entrepreneurial Skills Course’. 30 master students visited the HSD campus on 7 March 2019, marking the start of a seven-week long programme. The goal is to give the students experience and a real business case in an IT organisation. Cybersprint is one of the 10 HSD partners that has set the students a challenge and will support them through the process of solving it.read more
The Minister of Health has issued an investigation to determine whether all Dutch healthcare organisations should be aligned to Z-CERT.
The Dutch Minister of Health, Bruno Bruins, has issued an investigation to determine whether all hospitals and healthcare organisations in the Netherlands should be aligned to Z-CERT, the Computer Emergency Response Team for all healthcare Institutions in the Netherlands. The inducement for the investigation is Cybersprint’s report on the cyber security of Dutch hospitals, published in the Elsevier Weekblad on 9 February 2019.read more