The Dutch
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The Dutch
Security Cluster

Holland Pavilion at RSA Conference 2020 Presents the Dutch

For the first time the Netherlands hosts a pavilion at the RSA Conference in San Francisco, the largest cybersecurity conference in the world. Eight Dutch cybersecurity companies and organisations present their latest innovations, showcasing how they future proof cybersecurity for the challenges ahead. Twenty additional Dutch cybersecurity organisations have traveled to RSA to share their expertise and connect to new innovations and developments.

 

The RSA conference takes place February 24-28 in San Francisco’s Moscone Center. In close cooperation with the Consulate General of the Netherlands in San Francisco and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Holland IT Security House has been opened on 25 February, officially kicking off the Dutch cyber mission at RSA 2020.

 

The Netherlands works on a cybersecurity roadmap to future proof cybersecurity, looking into topics such as IoT, threat intelligence and data protection.

 

Consul General Gerbert Kunst: “Being a country that thrives on technological innovation and international partnerships, the Netherlands perfectly fits into the cybersecurity dialogue held at the RSA Conference. With this pavilion and delegation, we will showcase all that the Netherlands has to offer to the world of cybersecurity this week.”

 

Companies showcasing in the Holland IT Security House are: Cisco Systems International (sponsor), Cybersprint, EclecticIQ, Secura, ThreatFabric, Briddge Legal & Finance, ICT 2.0, On2IT, and Invest in Holland/InnovationQuarter/HSD. 

 

The Dutch presence has a strong connection to this year’s RSA theme, “The Human Element,” which emphasizes the role of humans in a digital world. Finding smarter solutions for societal problems is something the Netherlands does best. The delegation hosts several side events at the Consulate General, focusing on this human element in cybersecurity:

  • Monday February 24, 2 p.m.: At the first IoT Security Dialogue, TNO and CFLW will meet with US and EU IoT experts to discuss the most pressing challenges for the next 5 years, under the title “Building a Secure IoT Eco-System: Sector specific or agnostic?” Microsoft and RSA are among the speakers. 
  • Tuesday February 25, 5:30 p.m.: “NL Talks: Cybersecurity – Impact on Geopolitics” focuses on a European perspective on responsibilities of government and industry. Speakers are Marietje Schaake (former member of the European Parliament), Melanie Rieback (CEO/Co-founder Radically Open Security) and ambassador Timo Koster (Consulate General in San Francisco). 

 

NL Talks

 

Consul General Kunst: "The Netherlands is a frontrunner in the fight for a safer digital environment, working closely together with the US government. The Dutch combine an innovative mindset with cutting-edge technology to take on the new challenges posed by an increasingly connected global world". 

 

“The Netherlands believes that the internet and its underlying infrastructures should be secure, resilient, and available,” he said. “To create solutions for these security challenges, government, businesses, and universities work together on an integrated approach and outcome. The Netherlands and the United States share a deep bond founded on history and shared values rooted in strong beliefs of security, freedom and justice. Cybersecurity is the next frontier.”

 

Participants of the economic mission and/or Holland Pavilion are: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Economic Affairs (NFIA and RVO), Ministry of Defence, Invest in Holland, InnovationQuarter, CFLW Cyber Strategies, Compumatica, Cybersprint, Cisco Systems International, EclecticIQ, Secura, ThreatFabric, Briddge Legal & Finance, ICT 2.0, On2IT, Guardian360, ING, Municipality of THe Hague, Payatu, Radically Open Security, Royal Philips, Startpage, TNO, Eindhoven University of Technology.

 

Source: NLintheUSA

 

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