Program Safe Internet Bootcamp



Date: May 10, 2017
Time: 14.30


Galileïlaan 17
6716 BP Ede


14.30 – 14.55 Reception
Reception with coffee or tea.

14.55 – 15.00 Opening by Alex Bik, Technical Director at BIT
Interactive welcome as warming-up for the Safe Internet Bootcamp.

15.00 – 15.15 ‘Internet Eigenwijs’ by Wido Potters, Manager Support & Sales at BIT
83 percent of the consumers is convinced they can recognise a phishing email. Despite this, one in ten has been the victim of a cybercrime and 44 percent does not know for sure. The consumer is also your employee, which means that unaware internet behaviour always comes into the workplace. Wido Potters shares more of these startling results from the research ‘Internet Eigenwijs’.

15.20 – 16.05 ‘Digitisation Dilemma: who is responsible?’ by Rejo Zenger, Civil Engineering Researcher at Bits of Freedom
When you build something new with technology, you make choices for its users. That goes for the developer of a new app to save the world, but also for the developer of a webshop. Those choice largely determine the freedom of the user. By using examples of the Schiphol conveyor belt  and the nicotine levels in cigarettes, Rejo Zenger discusses the responsibility of the person building something with digital technologies.

16.10 – 16.55  ‘Live-hack: the simplicity of digital (in)security’ by Hans van de Looy, Partner, Principal Security Consultant at Madison Gurkha
During this session, Hans van de Looy discusses a number of recent security incidents and demonstrates the increasing difficulty to not make mistakes with far-reaching consequences. The presentation concludes with a short demonstration, clearly showing how simple it can be to take total control of a system.

17.00 17.30 ‘Insider threats? No way!’ by Teun Vink, Security Officer at BIT
Insider threats are a threat to the digital safety. Teun Vink provides standards for a safe internet and shares practical tips on security within the office.

17.35 – 17.40 Closing by Alex Bik, Technical Director at BIT
Cooling-down: a closing word and the opportunity for discussions.

17.40 Networking Reception
During the networking reception you will have the opportunity to speak with colleagues while enjoying a nice drink and a bite to eat.