ALTEN and NLR invite you to join our cloud seminar:
‘Cloud and Clear!’
With speakers from the Dutch Ministry of Defence and Fox-IT
Cloud computing and sensitive information: an impossible combination, or is it …?
By storing and accessing data and programs over the internet, cloud computing offers faster, more flexible and more efficient services. For businesses and organizations dealing with sensitive information and data, security is of paramount importance. Unfortunately, the security of cloud computing is still unclear for many organizations who could potentially benefit from it.
Can cloud computing and sensitive information be combined?
If you would like to have this question answered, join our event on November 26th at NLR premises in Amsterdam. This event will be the occasion to freely discuss this question and other challenges linked to cloud computing and cybersecurity.
Cloud experts from ALTEN Nederland, cybersecurity experts from Fox-IT and representatives of the Dutch Ministry of Defence will share their views on cloud computing and cybersecurity. The speakers will present some food for thought based on their experience. After that they will participate in a panel discussion during which questions from the audience will be discussed.
At the end of the event, there will be an informal opportunity to talk to the experts and time for networking while enjoying refreshments.
Date: November 26th
Time: 12:00h – 17:00h
Location: NLR, Amsterdam
The event will be hosted by DARE: Living Lab of NLR, Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre and ALTEN Nederland.
12.45 Welcome by Kees de Waal (NLR)
13.00 ‘Cloud at a Glance’ (Bas Pruijn, ALTEN)
13.45 ‘Cloud Security’ (Christo Butcher, Fox-IT)
14.15 ‘Cloud from an Air Force Perspective’ (LtKol. Daan Storm van Leeuwen, The Royal Netherlands Air Force)
15.00 Panel discussion
We hope you will join us on November 26th. Since we are striving for a divers group of attendees and the amount of seats is limited, we kindly ask you to register through the form below. Thank you very much.