600Minutes Cyber Security

Remote partners, devices and workforce: Securing your digital horizons.

September 08 - 09, 2021


About the Event

Our cyber security perimeter is becoming increasingly vague. The responsibility lies not only in our own security but also in the security of our business & cloud partners and the personal devices of our remote employees. We need to secure OT devices far removed from any office whilst part of our day-to-day security is outsourced to a provider. The race against cyber crime has moved from the security department to a company and now to a nation-wide challenge. Awareness and collaboration are key in staying ahead. Yet how do we safely motivate collaboration if we cannot yet secure our current perimeters?

Join the upcoming 600Minutes Cyber Security event to discover the opportunities cyber security world, from building end-point security framework to rising of cyber crimes. Find out how remote working impacts on day-to-day security operation. Network with top company executives and decision-makers for a day filled with knowledge-sharing to stay up-to-date with the latest insights. Showcase your solutions and share your expertise in pre-matched 1-to-1 meetings.

Why Attend

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Re-build your connections and stay engaged with the business community through our virtual events. Maintain your competitive edge with insightful keynotes, panel discussions, and tailored content, and continue growing your network and discover new business opportunities through virtual 1-2-1 matchmade meetings.


Lokke Moerel

Senior of Council, Professor of Global ICT Law
Universiteit van Tilburg

Sebastiaan van 't Erve

Gemeente Lochem

Martijn Nykerk

Chief Information Security Officer

Melanie Rieback

Tedx Speaker, CEO
Radically Open Security

Victor Gevers

Security Researcher, Co-Founder

Raymond Bierens

PHD Researcher
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Joseph Mager

Information Security Officer
NS Groep

Noura el Ouajdi

Director Strategic Alliances Cyber

Jamie Woodruff

Europe’s No. 1 Ethical Hacker
Guest Speaker

Sandra Konings

Global CISO
Arcadis N.V.

Stefan van der Weide

Directeur Cargonaut & Chairman
Royal Schiphol Group N.V.

Featured Sessions

Keynote : An Overflow of Data
“In the past, censorship worked by blocking the flow of information. In the twenty-first century, censorship works by flooding people with irrelevant information. [...] In ancient times having power meant having access to data. Today having power means knowing what to ignore.” - Yuval Noah Harari. Lokke will take us on an insightful journey into how the charm and curse of todays data-driven society.
Speaker: Lokke Moerel - Universiteit van Tilburg
Keynote : Learning from a Close Call
Sebastiaan was in for quite the shock when a hack almost succeeded in the municipality of Lochem. It was a close call but luckily the situation was resolved just in time. Yet it could happen again. It could also happen to a neighboring municipality. It could happen anywhere. Yet still leading executives do not decide to act until is is too late. Sebastiaan is on a mission to share his story and to change this mindset.
Speaker: Sebastiaan van 't Erve - Gemeente Lochem
Keynote : The Other Side of a Major Transition
The Randstad cloud transition has been one of the largest of it's kind in the Netherlands. A lot of security issues were expected and dealt with accordingly. Yet, what did Martijn stumble upon more unexpectedly? In an interview based on target group questions, we will find out.
Speaker: Martijn Nykerk - Randstad
Keynote : Avant-Garde InfoSec
Computer Science can be radical, political, expressive, and artistic. This presentation will share Melanie's own experiences with hacking and Radically Open Security, critically reflect on Information Security and business education, and suggest ways to leverage our "craft" for positive disruptive change.
Speaker: Melanie Rieback - Radically Open Security
Keynote : The Security Charity
In a duo presentation, Raymond and Victor will speak their minds on the fact that detection and the spread of cyber security knowledge is largely based upon volunteer work. It is rather remarkable that the Netherlands trusts such a fickle structure.
Speakers: Victor Gevers - DIVD, Raymond Bierens - Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Event Attendees Include

Information Security Officer & Agile Champion
Gemeente Ede
Chief Information Security Officer
AkzoNobel Head Quarters
CISO, Manager AIM-Security & Compliance
Sligro Food Group
Security & Risk Manager
Nationale Politie (KLPD)
Cyber Threat Analyst
Koninklijke KPN
Senior Security Officer (CISO)
Group Manager Information Security
Event Themes

In Discussion

Guiding human behavior and security ethics in the remote era: employee awareness is the key to avoiding cyber headaches

It vs OT. Same risk, different treatment

Be the spider in your digital web: trust is king, control is the ace.

Combining formal & informal networks: collaboration and knowledge sharing is fundamental for our mutual security success


Cloud and Security: What are the security risks of Cloud?
Employee Awareness - Build a castle or hold an open door policy?
The necessity of alignment between IT&OT governance
Privacy of your data: The ethical aspect of Artificial Intelligence
Shadow IT: How to be in control of external providers


Chrisvan den Brink
AkzoNobel Head Quarters
de Volkskrant
China Expert
Royal Philips
Canon Europa N.V.