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HSD Cafe: Ethical Hacking

Uitnodiging HSD Café: Ethical Hacking

Wat is de rol van hackers binnen het veiligheidsdomein? Hoe werkt dit in de praktijk? Hoe kijkt de hackerswereld aan tegen de meer traditionele veiligheidspartijen? En andersom? Op wat voor manieren kan samenwerking met de hackerswereld beter worden vormgegeven? Wat zijn best practices?
Wij nodigen je graag uit voor het HSD Café ‘Ethical Hacking’ op donderdag 8 maart van 15.30 – 18.00 (inloop vanaf 15.00) op de HSD Campus. Samen zullen we ‘Ethical Hacking’ vanuit verschillende perspectieven benaderen, zo kan er van elkaar worden geleerd.

15.00 – 15.30  Inloop

15.30 – 15.35  Welkom

15.35 – 16.35  Inhoudelijke verdieping
- Samenwerking met de hackers community, door Mick Gesner, HackersHub
- Presentatie over de kansen en uitdagingen die er bestaan in de samenwerking met ethische hackers, door Lodewijk van Zwieten, Openbaar Ministerie
- Inkijk in de voorbereiding van het Deloitte ‘Hack.ERS’-team
- Presentatie inzet hacking door Adrianus Warmenhoven, Professor in Hacking en AI-expert RedSocks Security

16.35 – 17.45  Interactieve deelsessies
Deelnemers aan het HSD Café worden opgedeeld in groepen, om de uitdagingen rondom verdere samenwerking met de ethische hackers community te bespreken. Dit biedt ook de gelegenheid om potentiële nieuwe business partners te ontmoeten. 

17.45 Borrel
Door de interactieve opzet van het café is het aantal beschikbare plaatsen beperkt. 
Donderdag 8 maart 2018

15.30 - 18.00 uur
(Inloop vanaf 15.00 uur)

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