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Pieter Jansen joins Advisory Board dcypher

by Cybersprint News Apr 2, 2019

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.

Pieter Jansen, ethical hacker and CEO of Cybersprint, joined the dcypher Advisory Board on 1 April 2019. The ‘Dutch cybersecurity platform higher education & research’, or dcypher, unites researchers, hackers, teachers, students, producers, users and policy makers in the Netherlands to improve knowledge and expertise on cyber security.

The Advisory Board of dcypher consists of representatives from science, higher education, large and small companies and (government) policy. The Board is therefore a reflection of the broad cyber security field. What advisory council members have in common is their focus on cyber security. The Advisory Board advises (solicited and unsolicited) the director of dcypher and if necessary (via the director) also the initiators. The goals of dcypher, making the digital world safer and bundling knowledge, are strongly endorsed by Pieter Jansen:

“The best ethical hackers in the world still come from the Netherlands. Unfortunately, many of these security specialists leave for other countries. Despite the Netherlands’ commitment to knowledge development in the field of cyber security, the Netherlands is already lagging behind Germany, for example. That is why a Dutch knowledge centre in the field of cyber security is of great importance.”

Pieter Jansen takes the place of a board member who stepped back and represented a medium-sized software engineering company. Pieter not only represents a company that is particularly committed to increasing cyber security, but also has good connections with the ethical hackers community. One of his objectives is to improve the bundling of knowledge about cyber security within the Netherlands, so that this knowledge can be used as an export product. Jan Piet Barthel, director of dcypher, is very happy that Pieter Jansen is coming to strengthen the Advisory Board and expects a lot from his input and the new cooperation relationships that will arise.

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From 24 to 28 February, Cybersprint is present at RSA Conference in San Francisco in the Holland IT Security House. Our team is ready to tell you how to fight your organisation’s digital threats and how to gain insights into your online footprint at stand 2057. Interested in meeting us there? Reserve a timeslot with us by submitting the form.

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The recent discovery of the Citrix vulnerability and the impact it has on thousands of organisations has been widely covered in the media over the past days. No patch has been released as of yet, and the effectiveness of the suggested work-around has not yet been fully verified. In fact, there are Citrix versions for which the work-around is confirmed to be ineffective. 

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Now that the year 2020 has started you probably could use new inspiration on asset allocation. How much money will be spent on new investments, projects and collaborations? These are no subjects for rash decisions. And it’s important to look at all aspects of the deal - that includes cyber security. The ongoing rise of digitalisation and ever-evolving methods criminals use forces banks to be constantly aware of new cyber threats to their organisation. To help banks stay in control of their online footprint, Cybersprint organises exclusive round table sessions in the Nordics. Register here.

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