Recent digital attacks have shown that technology can disrupt our society. One reason for these attacks is the way we deploy security patches. Installing patches that eliminate vulnerabilities doesn't seem to have the necessary priority. This has to change going forward: We need to update the way we deal with updates.
In this talk, Hans de Zwart will highlight some of the urgent changes that need to be applied to the process of updating, and will address some of the current obstacles to making that a reality. Do we need legislation? What is the responsibility of the soft– and hardware vendors? And is there a role for the end user?

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