Frits Bussemaker, Chair Institute for Accountability in the Digital Age
Bussemaker has a passion for bringing people together in the Digital Age. He has initiated and helped run a number of (international) communities focused on linking Information Technology, Innovation and Impact. He is furthermore a coach and Program Director and supports organizations on business community building.
He is currently the chair of the ‘Institute for Accountability in the Digital Age’. An association instigated by UNESCO aimed to help define instruments for, and manage accountability in the Digital Age. Furthermore, he leads the Dutch Government’s Innovation Community.
He has been working in the International ICT industry since the 80s. He started with a Dutch Start up and has since then held various marketing and alliance positions with consultancy-, software firms and associations including: CIONET
where he was the Secretary General International Relations a community of over 7000 CIOs where he represented the community with international institutes like the European Commission.
He does (pro deo) work for number of (international) organizations, conferences and communities including: founding member and vice-chair of the outreach committee of the ITU ‘AI for Good Global Summit (Geneva) with over 35 UN Agencies involved, YPO’s European Impact Summit and iPoort an association to discuss digitization with members of the Dutch parliament. He is a regular speaker and chair at international events. He has an MSc from Delft University.
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Asmita Jha, IoT Security Consultant at Payatu, India
Asmita works as an IoT Security Consultant focusing on embedded device security testing and research at Payatu, India.
She enjoys tinkering around with hardware, reversing and hacking. With her background in embedded development, she loves reversing firmware.
She has also experience of giving talks, workshops, and training at conferences like CPX360, NULLCON and local infosec community meetups.
Godert van Manen - Co-founder at Northwave
Godert Jan van Manen started his career in (cyber) security when he was only 17 years old at the Dutch Ministry of Defence as a cevilian (cyber) security consultant. At the age of 19, he was send into war territory and was already ranked as Captan and received an official commendation from the British Royal army for his work done with the NATO Multinational Brigade North-West in Bosnia and Herzegovina (MNB-NW). Godert Jan worked with several international and Dutch intelligence agencies and later co-founded a cyber security company. This company is now one of the biggest Dutch based IT-Security companies privately held in the Netherlands (Northwave). Amongst the clients he advised are the Dutch National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC-NL), part of the National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism (NCTV). Multinationals, Dutch National serviceproviders and mayor investments banks, aswell as several other Ministries within the Dutch government. With over 20+ years of experience in the world that we now call "Cyber" Godert Jan is also frequently asked as a (internationally) speaker and lecturer on the topics of Incident Response, Threat Intelligence, Pentesting, Reverse Engineering and building/maintaining Security Operation Centres.
Dr. Alexander Klimburg - Director of GCSC
Dr. Alexander Klimburg is Director of the Cyber Policy and Resilience Program at The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies, and Director of the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace Initiative and Secretariat. Dr. Klimburg is an Affiliate and former Fellow at Harvard University, a nonresident senior fellow with the Atlantic Council, and an associate fellow at the Austrian Institute of European and Security Policy.
Dr. Klimburg has worked on numerous topics within the wider field of international cybersecurity since 2007. He has acted as an adviser to a number of governments and international organizations on national cybersecurity strategies, international norms of behavior in cyberspace and cyber-conflict (including war, cyber-crime, and cyber-espionage), critical infrastructure protection, and internet governance. He has participated in international and intergovernmental discussions within the European Union and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe and has been a member of various national, international, NATO, and EU policy and working groups. He has given dozens of invited talks and regularly participates and organizes track 1.5 diplomatic initiatives as well as technical research groups. He is author and editor of numerous books, research papers, and commentaries and has often been featured in the international media, including in Newsweek, Reuters, and others. His most recent book The Darkening Web: The War for Cyberspace was published by Penguin Press.
Hans Henseler, Senior Advisor at NFI and Professor atthe University of Applied Sciences Leiden
Hans is senior advisor at the Netherlands Forensic Institute and a part-time professor Digital Forensics & E-Discovery at the University of Applied Sciences Leiden. He is also a member of the board of the Netherlands Register of Court Experts (NRGD) and chairman of the Board of Directors of DFRWS. Hans received his M.Sc. in Computer Science from Delft University of Technology and holds a Ph.D. on Artificial Neural Networks from the University of Maastricht. In 1992 he founded the department of forensic computer science at the Netherlands Forensic science Institute (NFI) and in 1996 he was vice chairman of the International Organisation on Computer Evidence (IOCE). From 2000-2006 he was CTO at ZyLAB and responsible for ZyLAB's E-Discovery software suite devops, support and services. From 2006-2010 Hans was director of Forensic Technology Solutions at PwC and was leading the PwC Eurofirms Forensic Technology Solutions practice. He managed large scale multi-national E-Discovery projects including data collection, email review and financial data analysis. From 2010-2014 he was partner and senior E-Discovery consultant at Fox IT. Besides E-Discovery projects he also led the development of Tracks Inspector. Tracks Inspector separated from Fox-IT after a management buy-out in 2014 where Hans was CEO and co-founder until the acquisition by Magnet Forensics in 2018.Hans was Director of Digital Evidence Review with Magnet Forensics until March 2020.