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Keynote Victor Gevers: Coordinated Vulnerability Disclosure
Keynote Jos Wetzels: A Dangerous Game: Anatomy of a Cyber-Physical Attack
Embedded Control Systems Binary Security: An Industrial Control System Protection Approach by Ali Abbasi
Practical intrusion detection and security monitoring for utility SCADA systems by Robin Massink (Alliander)
Self-Encrypting Deception:Weaknesses in the Encryption of Solid State Drives (SSDs) by Carlo Meijer
What a Code of Ethics Means for You and for FIRST by Jeroen van der Ham (NCSC & University of Twente - EEMCS/DACS)
Sector Case Study Automotive 'Vehicle Safety and Security’ by Geert Pater (RDW)
Sector Case Study Payments ‘The paradox of Open Banking’ by Max Geerling (Dutch Payment Association)
Sector Case Study Insurrance ‘Roadmap Cyber Security Risk model and Certification by Wouter Wissink (Chubb) & Liesbeth Holterman (Cyberveilig Nederland)
Sector Case Study Chemical Industry ‘Why are companies failing to deploy Cyber Security Controls on Industrial Control systems’ by Anderson Domingues (LyondellBasell)
Sector Case Study Connected Devices ‘IoT in relation to standardization and certification’ by Paul Wijninga (Agentschap Telecom)
Sector Case Study Healthcare ‘Safety of medical devices’ by Ben Kokx (Philips)
Photo credits: Martin Hols, Spark - https://wearespark.nl/
Photos BHS 2018
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