In the past several columns are published:

Jan Piet Barthel

1-10-2020 The last column about dcypher?
Written by Jan Piet Barthel, director dcypher till October 2020

Veelasha Moonsamy

31-08-2020 Importance of directing cybersecurity research in The Netherlands
Written by dr Veelasha Moonsamy (Assistant Professor at Radboud University), on behalf of CyberSecurity Next Generation

Hans Henseler

13-07-2020 Research groups at universities of applied sciences important in steering cyber security education
Written by dr. Ir. J. (Hans) Henseler, (part-time) lecturer Digital Forensics & E-discovery at Leiden University of Applied Science. Until recently, Henseler was also director of Magnet Forensics, which in 2018 bought the product and team from Tracks Inspector BV, the company he set up with colleagues after a management buyout from cybersecurity company Fox-IT, where he was a partner from 2010 to 2014.

Jair Satanna

28-10-2019 Simple and SUCCESSFUL Solution Against DDoS Attacks.
I’ve tested and attested.

Written by Jair Santanna, first researcher to investigate DDoS attacks at the University of Twente, Assistant Professor, member of Cyber Security Next Generation, and creator of the technical solutions in the DDoS Clearing House, which is the main element of the Dutch Coalition Anti-DDoS Attacks.

joost visser

28-02-2019 Mastering Machines that Learn
Alexandru C. Serban, Phd Candidate in the Digital Security group at Radboud University, hosted at Software Improvement Group (SIG) and Joost Visser (photo) Chief Product Officer at SIG and Professor of Large-Scale Software Systems at Radboud University, former member Advisory Board dcypher

Karine e Silva

27-06-2018 The rise of IoT botnets
The rise of IoT botnets – why cyber hygiene remains an issue by Karine e Silva, PhD Candidate BotLeg Project/ TILT, TiU

Christian Hesselman

05-04-2018  A proactive and collaborative DDoS mitigation strategy
A proactive and collaborative DDoS mitigation strategy for the Dutch critical infrastructure  by Cristian Hesselman, Jeroen van der Ham, Roland van Rijswijk, Jair Santanna, Aiko Pras  (SIDN, Arnhem,. Universiteit Twente, Enschede, SURFnet, Utrecht)

Marleen Weulen Kranenbarg

19-02-2018 A cyber world of difference
A cyber world of difference: cyber criminals are not the same as traditional criminals. By: Dr Marleen Weulen Kranenbarg 


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