To effectively and efficiently combat cybercrime, good private-public cooperation is not a luxury, but a necessity. Cybersecurity companies have excellent capabilities for investigating incidents of cybercrime targeting companies and organisations, whereas the police and the prosecution service can use coercive measures and bring perpetrators to justice. However, the connection between these two worlds is not always seamless. In this session we will reflect on the state of play of private-public cooperation against cybercrime in the Netherlands and present best practices and recent initiatives.


time: 14:50
speakers: Lodewijk van Zwieten, Theo van der Plas, Frank Groenewegen

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