Organisation: ISIDOOR – NCSC & NCTV
Time: 13:00 – 14:30, 15:00 – 16:30
Location: World Forum (South America)
Entry: Sign up for this event at the organisers stand
Autumn 2023: The Netherlands is rudely awakened by the largest cyber security crisis the country has ever faced, called: ISIDOOR IV. Take on one of the various roles in the crisis team that the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has to offer. With your team, you will work on the many aspects and challenges that a national cyber security crisis brings along.
During this interactive tabletop, a crisis scenario is simulated. Under the guidance of the crisis experts of NCSC, you will work on a realistic scenario, that will bring all sorts of challenges to the surface. Together with other guests from ONE conference, you will not only gain insights into whom you need but also what you need to manage a cyber crisis, and you will be able to get to know the employees from NCSC who do this daily. Are you up for that challenge? You can register for this event on location at the organiser stand (ground floor)
This event will be in Dutch
Digital threats are evolving, yet our resilience, to combat such a threat, remains stagnant. The impact that cyber-attacks have on (critical)systems, organisations, and society as a whole becomes larger every day. A small digital malfunction can cause large problems in the physical world, all because of the large dependency on supply chains. Eventually, this could lead to serious disruptions in society.
Everyone is a potential target when it comes to a cyber-attack. Even your organisation. The complete prevention of a cyber crisis is impossible, however, what is possible is minimising the impact it can have on you or your organisation. Preparation is key. By preparing properly, we can better protect each other and ourselves. During ISIDOOR the National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism (NCTV) and the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) will assist. During the largest national cyber-attack simulation organisations will practice, in collaboration with Dutch national crisis organisations, how to endure a cyber security crisis.