Jeroen van der Ham
Jeroen van der Ham (he/him) is associate professor of Cyber Security Vulnerability Management in the Design and Analysis of Communication Systems (DACS) group at the University of Twente.
Jeroen has worked at the National Cyber Security Centre-NL from 2015 until 2023 as a cybersecurity researcher. There he coordinated the NCSC Research Agenda, was the national expert on Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure, and was part of crisis teams such as with Wannacry or Log4J. Since moving to UTwente, he now holds a guest position at NCSC-NL.
Jeroen is member of the editorial board of the ACM journal Digital Threats: Research and Practice, is an active member of the FIRST community, and was the co-editor of the Code of Ethics for Incident and Security Teams, and serves on several programme committees.
His research currently focuses on vulnerability prioritisation and management, incdent response, the many developments in coordinated vulnerability disclosure and ethics of cybersecurity and computer science.