13 June 2024
13:30 hrs
HSD Campus, Wilhelmina van Pruisenweg 104, 2595 AN Den Haag
Organised by:
CFLW Cyber Strategies, NFI, TNO

Criminal innovation follows the heartbeat of the digital transformation. This requires new intelligence services to provide operational perspectives and strategic insights to manage emerging digital risks. For Europe, this requires a stronger security ecosystem, and it is imperative to unlock a wealth of security technologies in the treasuries of universities, and research and technology organisations (RTO). Making this happen requires triple helix perseverance and strong end-user support. During CFLW Live, a new intelligence service will be launched as a result of an effective triple helix collaboration with TNO!


Many innovative security concepts find their origins in research. The challenge is to translate them into practical solutions available 24/7. Dark Web Monitor was TNO’s first technology that CFLW translated from proof of concept to operational technology with support from the Bavarian Central Office for the Prosecution of Cybercrime. Used nowadays by hundreds of security professionals worldwide. Austria’s Iknaio Cryptoasset Analytics followed a similar pathway with GraphSense, offering complementary technology to Dark Web Monitor.


Among the speakers:

  • Thomas Goger, Chief Public Prosecutor at Bavarian Central Office for the Prosecution of Cybercrime (ZCB)
  • Dr Hans Henseler, Senior Scientist Digital Forensics at Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI)
  • Thomas Niedermayer MSc, Data Scientist, Iknaio Cryptoasset Analytics Vienna (Iknaio)