The CSA key lecturers are scholars and lecturers of Leiden University, Delft University of Technology and The Hague University of Applied Sciences. Next to them, guest lecturers from private and public organisations contribute to the development and implementation of the learning tracks .

Els De Busser
Els De Busser
Core lecturer
Organisation:
Leiden University
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Leiden University

Dr. Els De Busser is Assistant Professor Cyber Security Governance at the Institute for Security and Global Affairs and Educational Director of the executive master's programme Cyber Security, both at Leiden University, the Netherlands. She is a researcher in the The Hague Program for Cyber Norms and a lecturer in the Master Crisis and Security Management and the Bachelor in Safety and Security Studies, Leiden University. Dr. Els De Busser is Assistant Professor Cyber Security Governance at the Institute for Security and Global Affairs and Educational Director of the Cyber Security Academy, both at Leiden University, the Netherlands. She is a researcher in the The Hague Program for Cyber Norms and a lecturer in the Master Crisis and Security Management and the Bachelor in Safety and Security Studies, Leiden University. 


She has 17 years of experience in scientific research and education in data protection, privacy, cyber security, and European criminal law at Ghent University, Belgium; Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Germany and the Hague University of Applied Sciences, the Netherlands. 


Her book “Data Protection in EU and US Criminal Cooperation” (2009, Maklu) was awarded with the international Siracusa Prize for Young Penalists (AIDP – Siracusa Institute) in 2014. Els De Busser is a member of the Standing Committee of Experts on International Immigration, Refugee and Criminal Law (Meijers Committee) and Deputy Secretary-General of AIDP (Association Internationale de Droit Pénal).

Jan van den Berg
Jan van den Berg
Core lecturer
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Professor Jan van den Berg is Professor of Cyber Security at Delft University of Technology, faculties Technology, Policy & Management and Electrical Engineering, Mathematics & Computer Science, also at University Leiden, Faculty Governance & Global Affairs. Van den Berg is the academic director of the Cyber Security Academy.

After graduating as a mathematical engineer from Delft University of Technology in 1977, Van den Berg worked at several institutes of higher education until 1989. From 1989 onwards he was affiliated with the Erasmus University Rotterdam where he conducted research in the field of Computational Intelligence and its (economic) applications. After obtaining his PhD in 1996, is research broadened to include the development and application of (intelligent) methods of data analysis, knowledge discovery, and information security. In 2006 Van den Berg returned to the TU Delft where he continued his work on Data Analytics supplemented with research in the field of Cyber Security.

 

Watch the video of professor Jan van den Berg's inauguration speech.

Pieter Burghouwt
Pieter Burghouwt
Core lecturer
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Dr. Pieter Burghouwt M.Sc. is senior lecturer Computer Science at the Faculty of IT & Design of The Hague University of Applied Sciences. In addition to curriculum development and lecturing in the field of Computer Networks, ICT Technical Infrastructure, and Cyber Security, he conducts research in the field of Cyber Security as a member of the research group Cyber Security and Safety of The Hague University of Applied Sciences. His research focusses on the technical security of computer networks. From 2013 to 2015 he was as a researcher involved in the RAAK project “Beveiligd Water”, a research on the security of the Industrial Control Systems of the Dutch Water Boards.

In 2015 Burghouwt obtained a PhD degree in Cyber Security at Delft University of Technology on his thesis "Detection of Botnet Command and Control Traffic in Enterprise Networks".

 

Bibi van den Berg
Bibi van den Berg
Core lecturer
Organisation:
Leiden University
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Leiden University

Professor Bibi van den Berg  is a professor Cybersecurity Governance at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs , Faculty Governance & Global Affairs at Leiden University. Van den Berg studied and obtained her PhD at the Faculty of Philosophy of the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. After this she worked as a post-doc at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society (TILT) of Tilburg University for three years. In 2012 she came to Leiden for her current function.
Van den Berg's research is focused on four themes: (1) Regulating human behaviour through the use of technology (techno-regulation), (2) identity, privacy and (cyber) security, (3) regulation and governance of/on the Internet, and (4) robotics and artificial intelligence.
Next to her role as a university professor and lecturer, Van den Berg is a Meijers Fellow at the Faculty of Law. Van den Berg is a member of the Dutch Cyber Security Council, a Council that advises the Dutch Cabinet on how to improve cybersecurity in the Netherlands. She is also a member of the Board of Advisers for IT of the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of the Netherlands. 

Francien Dechesne
Francien Dechesne
Core lecturer
Organisation:
Leiden University
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Leiden University

Francien Dechesne is researcher at the Center for Law and Digital Technologies (eLaw) of the Leiden Law School, and lecturer at TU Eindhoven.
Her research interest is the translation between societal and ethical issues surrounding Information- & Communication Technologies (ICT) on the one hand, and the technology on the other. She works in the SCALES project of the NWO Responsible Innovation program. This research involves the question of how to strike a balance between public, commercial and individual interests in data-driven innovations. In particular, her research focuses on potential negative societal impact of decisions based on data-analytics and the design of accountability mechanisms that address that.
Francien Dechesne holds a PhD in mathematical logic (Tilburg University and TU Eindhoven, 2005). She conducted research on formal methods for verification of security protocols (TU Eindhoven, 2005-2009) and on Ethics and Information Technology (TU Delft, 2009-2014). Before starting her academic career, she worked as IT Management professional in mainframe environments (Pink Elephant bv, 1997-2000).

Carlos Hernandez-Ganan
Carlos Hernandez-Ganan
Core lecturer
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Dr. Carlos H. Gañán is an assistant professor in the Economics of cybersecurity group at TU Delft. In the past, he was part of the Information Security Group, with the Department of Telematics Engineering at UPC, Barcelona where he obtained his Ph.D. degree in Information Security. He also holds a Bachelor in Business Studies and a Master in Business Administration from the Open University of Catalonia. He has conducted both theoretical and empirical studies on internet governance and internet security. As an example of the latter, he designed cryptographic protocols to secure mobile ad-hoc networks while minimizing costs and maximizing the quality of service. He has also design privacy-preserving communication protocols for vehicular networks to avoid user’s tracking. He has participated in several national and international projects related to cybersecurity and network communications such as the Advance Research on Information Security and Privacy (ARES), Body Area System for Ubiquitous Multimedia Applications (BASUMA), Economics of Cybercrime (E-CRIME) and Wireless Networking for Moving Objects (WiNeMO). He is member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and the Association for Computing Machinery. He is also an active member of the Internet Society.

Jan van der Lubbe
Jan van der Lubbe
Core lecturer
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Dr Jan van der Lubbe M. Sc. is Associate Professor and Head of the Information Security and Privacy Lab at the Faculty of EEMCS at Delft University of Technology. His key areas of expertise are artificial intelligence, data mining, security and privacy and cryptography.

Van der Lubbe received his PhD degree from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science at Delft University of Technology 1981.

From 1981 to 1986 he was with the National Aerospace Laboratory, where he performed research for ESA and NASA among others, both in the field of artificial intelligence and cryptography.

Van der Lubbe is Director of the postgraduate course on Applied Cryptography and member of various advisory boards and committees on security for the government as well as industry. He is (co)author of some 250 papers and 12 books on information theory, cryptography, machine intelligence, philosophy, history, semiotics and art.

Sergei Boeke
Sergei Boeke
Core lecturer
Organisation:
Leiden University
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Organisation:
Leiden University

Sergei Boeke LL.M. is research fellow and project manager at the Institute Security & Global Affairs at the Faculty Governance & Global Affairs, Leiden University. His key areas of expertise are cyber governance, cyber war and cyber espionage. He also focuses on terrorism in the Sahel (Africa).

Boeke is a former Navy officer and diplomat. After completing naval college in Den Helder he obtained his master's in law at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. He was subsequently posted as a supply officer on different warships and seconded as legal & financial advisor to the commanding officer to the second Marine battalion, deploying to southern Iraq in 2003/2004. He then briefly worked at as a policy officer and diplomat at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs before moving back to the Ministry of Defence to become the deputy head of the Afghanistan team. He joined Leiden University in 2013.

Jeroen van der Velden
Jeroen van der Velden
Core lecturer
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Dr Jeroen van der Velden is an associate professor of Strategy Alignment and Director Strategy Center at Nyenrode Business University. In addition, he is a lecturer at SIOO and founder and co-owner of Viciency-distant teamwork, a platform that supports organisations to introduce and implement new forms of working.

As a coach, consultant, programme and/or change manager, he is active in various sectors; government, finances, utilities and food and process industries. As a researcher, he focuses on issues related to strategy implementation and new ways of working and organising. His doctoral research at Delft University of Technology focused on new methods such as remote collaboration.

Edwin Bakker
Edwin Bakker
Core lecturer
Organisation:
Leiden University
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Leiden University

Professor Edwin Bakker is professor in Terrorism and Counterterrorism at Leiden University - Institute of Security and Global Affairs in The Hague. His fields of research are radicalisation, jihadi terrorism and in particular profiles of (jihadi) terrorists. In addition, his research is focussed on dealing with (fear of) terrorism and the policy implications in this field. Bakker is lecturer at the CSA, amongst others, and member of the Board of the CSA foundation.

 

Edwin Bakker is a fellow at the International Center for Counter Terrorism (ICCT) and boardmember of the Netherlands Intelligence Studies Association.

 

Next to his position as Professor at Leiden University Edwin Bakker is head of sector Knowledge & Research at the Dutch Police Academy. There he is, among other things, responsible for the connection and operation of research within the Dutch National Police and with relevant partners of the police.

 

Bakker is a member of the editorial board of the following (academic) journals: Security and Human Rights, the Journal of Strategic Security, Vrede & Veiligheid (Peace & Security) and Internationale Spectator. Bakker is also a guest lecturer at the NATO Defense College in Rome and member of the Netherlands Helsinki Committee.

 

In 1997, Bakker obtained a PhD degree with his thesis on minority conflicts in Slovakia and Hungary. 

Elif Kiesow Cortez
Elif Kiesow Cortez
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Dr. Elif Kiesow Cortez is a lecturer in the International and European Law Program and also a researcher for the Cybersecurity Center of Expertise at The Hague University of Applied Sciences (THUAS). Elif is the coordinator of the interdisciplinary university-wide Cybersecurity Minor at THUAS. Elif currently teaches courses on Data Protection and Privacy Compliance, Law and Economics in addition to her courses in the Cybersecurity Minor.

Before joining THUAS, Elif was a John M. Olin Fellow in Law and Economics at Harvard Law School. Elif's doctoral research at the Graduate School in Law and Economics, University of Hamburg, was funded by the German Research Association (DFG). During her doctoral studies, Elif was a visiting fellow at Harvard Business School and a visiting scholar at Berkeley School of Law. Elif’s research is focused on utilizing economic analysis of law to provide recommendations for solving cooperation problems between public and private actors in the domains of data protection and privacy.

Elif is currently a member of the IAPP Advisory Board on CIPP/E Exam Development. She is a frequent speaker on data protection, privacy and cybersecurity issues.

Dennis Broeders
Dennis Broeders
Core lecturer
Organisation:
Leiden University
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Leiden University

Dennis Broeders is Associate Professor of Security and Technology and Senior Fellow of The Hague Program for Cyber Norms at Institute of Security and Global Affairs of Leiden University. His research and teaching broadly focuses on the interaction between security, technology and policy, with specific areas of interest in cyber security governance, internet governance, surveillance and Big Data and security studies. He teaches in the Bachelor program Security Studies and in the master program at the Cyber security Academy.

He is the author of the book  ‘the public core of the internet’ (Amsterdam University Press, 2015) and has contributed to the national and international debate on cyber security and international norms in many different fora, including the UN Geneva, the IGF, CyFy and CyCon. He has provided input into policy processes such as the Sino-EU cyber dialogue and the UN GGE.

He has held visiting fellowships at the Social Science Center WZB in Berlin (2008), and the Oxford Internet Institute (2011). Prior to joining ISGA he was a senior research fellow at the Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy

In addition to his appointment at Leiden University he is professor of Technology and Society at the department of Public Administration and Sociology of the Erasmus University Rotterdam (until 1 November 2018).

Simone van der Hof
Simone van der Hof
Core lecturer
Organisation:
Leiden University
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Leiden University

Professor Dr Simone van der Hof LL. M.  is Professor of Law and the Information Society and head of the Centre for Law and Digital Technologies (eLaw) as well as the Advanced Master's Programme Law and Digital Technologies at the Leiden University Faculty of Law. In 2012 she was a visiting professor at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. She has been teaching in the field of law and digital technologies for 18 years. Her expertise includes digital identities, online privacy, online safety for children and digital child rights. Simone has participated in several national and European research projects, amongst which the recent CONSENT (consumer sentiment regarding privacy on user generated content services). Until recently Simone was project leader of a four-year multidisciplinary project on cyberbullying. She is currently participating in the EU COMENIUS project Dynamic Identity (online privacy and identity for children). She is a member of various academic networks, such as EU Kids Online and the Cybersafety Research and Education Network, and is the editor-in-chief of Asser's IT and Law series.

Bart Schermer
Bart Schermer
Core lecturer
Organisation:
Leiden University
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Leiden University

Dr Bart Willem Schermer,  LL.M., is an assistant professor at eLaw, Faculty of Law, Leiden University. His main areas of expertise in education (regular, post-academic) and research are internet governance, cyber-criminality, privacy, and data protection. He teaches Internet Law at Leiden University and Internet Governance and Regulation by Technology at Leiden University College. He co-supervises PhD candidates in the field of cyber crime.
Schermer also gives courses at Euroforum and Study Centre Business and Government on the Personal Data Protection Act.

Schermer is a partner at the legal consultancy Considerati. In this role he advises public and private security organisations on the legal aspects of cyber security. His main activities include executing privacy impact assessments, statutory checks on compliance, and legal consulting.

Esther Keymolen
Esther Keymolen
Core lecturer
Organisation:
Universiteit Leiden
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Organisation:
Universiteit Leiden

Esther Keymolen is an assistant professor at eLaw, the Center for Law and Digital Technologies at the Law School of Universiteit Leiden. Esther has a background in philosophy of technology and philosophical anthropology. Her research focuses on online trust, big data ethics, digital governance and online privacy. In her dissertation, Trust on the Line. A Philosophical Exploration of Trust in the Networked Era, she has analysed the impact of new technologies on the development of trust in interpersonal interactions. More specifically, she pays close attention to trust-building in online environments such as social network sites and the peer-to-peer economy. Esther aims to widen the scope of interpersonal trust in order to include the workings of technology in trust-relations. Before starting her doctoral research in 2010, Esther worked at the Scientific Council for Government Policy (WRR). As a scientific staff member, she co-authored the book iGovernment and conducted research in the domain of digital youth care.

Wouter Jan van der Woude
Wouter Jan van der Woude
Guest lecturer
Organisation:
Deloitte
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Deloitte

Wouter Jan van der Woude is a cyber security manager at the Deloitte Risk Advisory practice. 

Wouter Jan has 13 years of cyber security related working experience and has managed several projects for different (international) clients. Wouter Jan has project management skills and experience with the implementation of tools to increase the capabilities for threat, vulnerability and incident management. Next to that Wouter knows what steps are required to successfully transition the project to the run & maintain organization to support the tooling. Main topics of interest are Information Security, Cyber Defence and Security Monitoring.

André Hoogstrate
André Hoogstrate
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Dr André Hoogstrate is an associate professor at the Faculty of Military Sciences of the Netherlands Defence Academy and lecturer at Delft Technical University. During 2014-2015 he was guest lecturer and researcher at the Centre for Terrorism and Counterterrorism (CTC) at the Campus the Hague Faculty of Leiden University. From 2000-2015 he was a forensic scientist at the Netherlands Forensic Institute. In 1998 he obtained his PhD in Econometrics at Maastricht University on the thesis Dynamic Panel Data Models Theory and Macroeconomic Applications. From 1997 to 2000 he was Assistant Professor Statistics/Econometrics at Tilburg University and CentER.
His key area of research is the use of data analysis and mathematical modeling techniques in forensic and military applications that originate from, or have a strong dependency on, cyberspace.
In the past few years his teaching has concentrated on lecturing specialized topics to professionals in the field of digital forensics, cyber strategy en cyber operations.

Maryse Ducheine
Maryse Ducheine
Guest lecturer
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Maryse Ducheine is a Director of Communications at the Ministry of Social Affairs. 

In the field of crisis communication , she brings together her knowledge of and her experiences with modern mediacracy and cybersociety for professionals who want to be prepared for a cyber crisis situation in a board or management position. Maryse previously worked as a Director of Communications at the municipality of The Hague and before that time at KPN, the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Ministry of Finance and the NOS. She also worked as a cyber crisis communication advisor for, amongst others, one of the national supervisors.

 

Nina van der Knaap
Nina van der Knaap
Guest lecturer
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Nina van der Knaap, MSc, is a PhD student at eLaw, the Center for Law and Digital Technologies at the Law School of Leiden University and investigations advisor for the Royal Netherlands Marechaussee.

Van der Knaap studied Forensic Criminology at Leiden University (MSc) and Criminology at Erasmus University Rotterdam (BSc). Her areas of expertise are digital forensic investigations, cybercrime and forensic criminology. In her PhD thesis she researches the following questions: What is the impact of digital evidence on financial investigations, how is digital forensic evidence used in and between law enforcement and private agencies and what would be the desired situation with regard to digital forensic evidence according to professionals/practitioners and literature? 

Dennis de Geus
Dennis de Geus
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Dennis is a cyber security strategist within Hewlett Packard Enterprise. In his view cyber, security is an asset for a company if addressed properly and from an integrated perspective. Having worked both as a CISO as well as an advisor, he knows how to effectively make organizations more secure by aligning business and IT requirements in the context of the organizations environment.

 

With over 18 years of experience in IT security, finance, auditing & advisory work Dennis has the background and experience to position cyber security as a business enabler. By not only considering it from the perspective of technical threats & measures, but also from a strategic, process and people perspective. He is well networked in the Dutch cyber security community and has actively worked with organizations as the NCSC, ENCS, The Hague Security Delta, Telecoms-ISAC and others. He was a member of the national ICT-Response Board. As an advisor to the board he has broad experience in developing business aligned cyber security strategies and broad experience in leading organizations though cyber transformation programs.

Renato Kuiper
Renato Kuiper
Guest lecturer
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Renato Kuiper, B.Sc. (Engineering), CISA, CISSP, CSF, is management consultant/architect with Verdonck, Klooster & Associates (VKA) and guest lecturer at The Hague University of Applied Sciences (HHS), in the areas of  security (in) architecture and cloud and cloud security.

Kuiper has more than 25 years of experience in ICT and information security/ risk management. His areas of expertise are security architecture, IAM and Cloud and security. He worked as a lecturer at the HTS Arnhem (Bachelor for Technical Computer Area), for 10 years as a Principal Consultant at LogicaCMG, and 3 years as security practice lead at HP.

Kuiper developed a lot of different security architectures for a.o.the Dutch Police and Dutch Government and several banks in Holland.At this moment he is in an engagement as Enterprise (security) architect at NS (Dutch Railroads).

VKA conducts strategic ICT projects for its clients in government and industry. Projects range from strategic consulting assignments in various fields to programme management, direction and management of complex projects.

Fred Streefland
Fred Streefland
Guest lecturer
Organisation:
Leaseweb
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Organisation:
Leaseweb

With more than 22 years of experience within the Security & Intelligence domain (Royal Netherlands Air Force, Military Intelligence Service, IBM, Accenture, ENCS, Exact Software), Fred is currently working as the Corporate Information Security Manager (CISO) of LeaseWeb. Within this organisation, he is managing a small team of security engineers and is globally responsible for the information security of the LeaseWeb Group and its entities. LeaseWeb is a Dutch hosting provider with the fastest network of Europe and operating worldwide.

Fred’s specialties are: security strategy, risk assessments and the implementation of ISO standards (ISO 27001). Fred holds an Executive Master of Security & Defense (EMSD) and a bachelor’s degree (HEAO MER) from the University of Applied Sciences of Amsterdam. He holds certificates of several security courses (Black Hat, SABSA, Idaho National Lab, IBM Big Data Analytics).

Xander van der Voort
Xander van der Voort
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Xander van der Voort M. Sc. and his company vanderVoort Cyber Security (www-v-cybersecurity.nl) work on information security in general and the security of industrial control systems in particular. His clients are generally from the fields of energy, oil & gas, chemistry, water and industrial production.

Van der Voort studied cognitive psychology at Leiden University and Computer Science at Delft University of Technology, specialising in artificial intelligence. After his graduation he worked as a researcher for Shell, Nijmegen University and Groningen University in a wide range of fields such as supercomputing, knowledge systems, human factors, information security, command & control systems and knowledge management. Van der Voort conducted a long-term study for the Royal Netherlands Army and was involved in the development of operational supporting information systems at the Ministry of Defence. Next to consulting clients, vanderVoort Cyber Security is also involved in developing, organising and providing training. Van der Voort is closely involved in post-academic research and has taught at, amongst others, TU Delft Toptech (cyber security, cryptography), Tias Nimbas (auditing critical infrastructures) and The Hague University of Applied Sciences (security management).

Eric Luiijf
Eric Luiijf
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Eric Luiijf MSc(Eng)Delft is the owner/consultant of Luiijf Consultancy since 2017. He is a former officer in the Royal Netherlands Navy. From 1976 until his retirement, he worked for the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO. Since 1995, he was Principal Consultant on cyber security, the protection of critical (information) infrastructures and cyber warfare. Internationally, Eric has been active as the Dutch representative in several NATO cyber-security working groups and was core team member in a series of EU research projects. He is (co)author of a set of international contributions to the 2015 and 2017 Global Conferences on Cyberspace (GCCS). At the national level, he tabled the cyber security problem of process control systems (SCADA; Operational Technology), was a member of the team that developed the National Cyber ​​Security Strategy 2, was author of the cyber threat scenarios for the National Security Profile and investigated the emerging cyber risk for occupational safety because of IT/OT in machines and robots.

Eric is (co)author of five international good practice guides, some of which have also been translated into Italian, Spanish and Japanese. He authored a large number of scientific articles and reports, a number of book chapters and a large set of popular articles in the aforementioned research areas.

Marieke Klaver
Marieke Klaver
Guest lecturer
Organisation:
TNO
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TNO

Dr. Marieke Klaver studied Mathematics at the University of Leiden. After her PhD, she joined TNO, where she currently works as senior scientist and project manager. At TNO her research focusses on Cyber security and Critical (Information) Infrastructures. Her research includes studies on the vulnerability of the Internet (KWINT), studies in support of identifying the Netherlands’ Critical Infrastructure, and several EU projects on Critical infrastructures and dependencies (CIPRNet, PREDICT). She was one of the lead researchers in a study for the European Parliament in support of the evaluation of ENISA and was the project manager on a EU project to analyse good practices on Critical Infrastructure Protection (RECIPE). She is a guest lecturer at the Cyber Security Academy for a course on Critical Infrastructures and Industrial Control Systems.

Mireille Snels
Mireille Snels
Tutor
Organisation:
Leiden University
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Leiden University

Mireille Snels, M.A., is a programme manager and tutor for the master's programme Cyber Security at Leiden University.

Snels studied Dutch language and literature and obtained her post-graduate certificate in education at the University of Amsterdam. After a brief career as an editor and copywriter she worked as an education policy officer and project leader at the University of Amsterdam. Next, she was secretary and project leader accreditation at QANU (Quality Assurance Netherlands Universities).

After a three year stay in London, where she supervised several different projects in the fields of outreach and widening participation, she became department secretary at Delft University of Technology in 2010 and lecturer in communication skills and study supervisor at The Hague University of Applied Sciences in 2012. From July 2013 onwards she has been involved with the CSA as a project leader/advisor in the field of programme development, accreditation, quality assurance, marketing, and organisation.

Arnold Roosendaal
Arnold Roosendaal
Guest lecturer
Organisation:
Privacy Company
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Privacy Company

Arnold Roosendaal (PhD, LLM) is a director at Privacy Company with a specific expertise in the field of privacy and identity. Within Privacy Company, he works on several national and international research and consultancy projects.

 

Arnold studied Law & Technology (LLM) at Tilburg University (NL) and obtained a Research Master in Law (LLM MPhil) at Tilburg and Leuven (B) University. In 2013, he defended his PhD on effects on privacy, autonomy, and identity, resulting from being subjected to decisions based on digital representations of individuals.

 

Arnold has written numerous (inter)national publications and is a well-known speaker and panelist. In 2011, he published a paper on the tracking technologies of Facebook. Before Arnold joined Privacy Company, he worked at TNO in a department on Strategy and Policy for Information Society.  He was also a member of the PI.lab (Privacy & Identity lab), a collaboration between TNO, Tilburg University, Radboud University and SIDN, and writes for several expert platforms.

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