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Participating in the global 2019 Urban Resilience Summit

by Cybersprint News 4 Jul 2019

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.

The 100 Resilient Cities network (100RC) brings together a network of urban resilience practitioners and a wide range of partners from the private, public, academic, and non-profit sectors, including many cities around the world. The goal is to expand the urban resilience movement globally and give cities access to the resources they need to become more resilient.

The network will come together in the Netherlands to celebrate the collective impact the global movement has had so far. At the summit, the participants will share best-in-class practices and innovations in the field, build personal and professional relationships, and identify opportunities for partnerships and collective action. The city of Rotterdam and the Municipality of The Hague are the two Dutch members of the 100 RC global network.

Cyber Living Lab The Hague

Most of the Summit’s programme will take place in the city of Rotterdam. The participants will go to the campus of The Hague Security Delta (HSD) on 10 July to visit the Cyber Living Lab.

Cybersprint, as premium partner of HSD and cyber security provider of the Municipality of The Hague, has been invited to share knowledge on improving a cities cyber resilience. We deliver continuous monitoring of municipalities’ and governmental IT environments with our Digital Risk Protection platform.

We will demonstrate the features of our Digital Risk Protection platform that help map a city’s digital footprint and strengthen their cyber resilience, as well as give examples of vulnerabilities we have found in the environments of the participating cities.

100 Resilient cities

The 100 Resilient Cities network is pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation and is dedicated to helping cities around the world to better prevent and prepare for the growing physical, social and economic challenges of the 21st century.

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Update 16-3-2020 | In verband met de ontwikkelingen van het virus, zullen wij het event verplaatsen. We bieden u op 31 maart graag een online alternatief, namelijk een webinar. Lees hieronder meer. Hoe beperk je risico's die je niet zelf kan managen? Twee realiteiten maken cyberdreigingen bijzonder uitdagend: toenemende variatie en constante evolutie van technieken. Een groot deel van de risico’s komt van factoren buiten de eigen infrastructuur, zoals via systemen van leveranciers. Deze assets zijn niet altijd even goed in kaart gebracht. Dus hoe krijgt u een helikopterview over de zichtbare en onzichtbare assets, en hoe houdt u controle over risico’s die niet zelf te managen zijn?  

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