We live in a society where a large part of our lives takes place in the digital world. Our national security is fully dependent on the digital domain. We often consider the digital world a separate domain. On the other hand our lives and our national security interests are affected by threats in the digital domain and non-digital domain likewise. Through this interactive presentation the audience will learn about bridging this gap between the digital society and national security.


time: 11:30
speakers: Wouter Oosterbaan, Don O'Floinn, Rogier van Wanroij

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