In this special-edition webinar we talk you through the most impressive hacks and highlights from past editions of Hâck The Hague along with the experiences of previous contestants. Together with Chris van ‘t Hof, Jeroen Schipper, Pieter Jansen, Chantal Stekelenburg, Peter van Eijk, and Jameel Nabbo, we dive deeper into the previous findings – and their solutions – while also giving you an exclusive sneak-peak into next year’s event.
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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.
Company website: www.tektok.nl
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.
Pieter Jansen is a passionate cybersecurity-specialist and CEO & Founder of Cybersprint. With his experience as an ethical hacker and security manager he has worked on both the "offense" and "defense" side of cybersecurity. Based on his experience, Pieter saw new possibilities in developing a platform protecting the online environment of organisations. Driven by his ambition ‘to make the world more secure’ he started his own company in Digital Risk Protection. With Cybersprint, he has developed Europe's first Digital Risk Protection platform that automatically and 24/7 identifies online vulnerabilities of organisations. His motto ‘Defense is hard, offense is easy’ forms the base of the Cybersprint-platform.
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!