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The tower of Babel: the many languages of risk management and how to navigate them

Digital risk management is a fragmented field of expertise. In Europe alone, many national cybersecurity centers have developed their own methodologies in order to empower organizations to increase their digital resiliency via the adoption of their framework. In parallel, many private sector organizations have taken similar actions. Although risk management has been foundational to cybersecurity […]

SME’s: basic principles for cyberresilience, why, how?

The Cybersecurity Council has asked the government to pay more attention to SME’s because of the gap in cyberresilience for SME’s versus big companies. Recently we, Digital Trust Center and NCSC, have refreshed the basic principles for cyberresilience. These principles can help to bridge the gap. We will add entrepreneurial stories to this principles to […]

Diving Into The Attack Surface of the Netherlands

The non-profit Shadowserver Foundation ( has been active for over 15 years, delivering free daily cyber threat intelligence feeds to National CSIRTs (over 201 National CSIRTs covering 175 countries and territories) and many other organizations that have an Internet presence (over 8000 organizations worldwide, including Sectoral CSIRTs, ISP/CSPs, hosting providers, enterprises, banks, academia, hospitals, SMEs, […]

Gamechanger in cybersecurity: RED 3.3 and CRA

The upcoming cybersecurity requirements for digital products promise to be a gamechanger in cybersecurity. The essential requirements in the Radio Equipment Directive (RED 3.3) and the Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) will enable consumers and businesses alike to rely on the cybersecurity of digital products that are sold on the European market. We will explain in […]