Join us for an exclusive event in baroque Schloss Nymphenburg near Munich where cybersecurity leaders from the Netherlands and Germany come together to strengthen collaboration between our two countries in the field of cybersecurity. This event is part of a three-year program by a cluster of top Dutch cybersecurity companies to enter the German market and collaborate with local industry leaders.
As keynote speakers we are honoured to welcome Dr. Michael Guntsch, Engineering Director at the Google Safety Center in München and Job Kuijpers, CEO and co-founder of leading European cybersecurity and insurtech firm Eye Security. They will share their insights on the state of cybersecurity in their respective countries, highlighting the latest developments in cyberthreats and the approach to them.
In addition, you'll have the opportunity to network with members of the Dutch cluster who represent expertise in all layers of cybersecurity and other industry experts.
Lastly, the event will offer a bitkom hosted panel discussion on German-Dutch collaboration and implementation of EU regulations on cyber in national contexts, featuring expert panelists from both the Netherlands and Germany, including both the public and private perspectives.
Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to gain valuable insights, expand your network, and explore potential collaborations between Dutch and German cybersecurity leaders. Register now to secure your spot!*
*The 26th of April is the day before the Dutch ‘King’s Day’ and marks the annual King’s Day grand networking event of the Consulate General of the Netherlands in Munich and the Business Club Deutschland Niederlande. Indicate in the registration form if you would also like to attend the networking in the evening, taking place in Schloss Nymphenburg as well, and we will make sure you are added to that guest list.
**We have a maximum capacity of 75 people, so registration will be subject to final confirmation. The presentations and discussions are aimed at people in CISO, CIO, and board-level roles at IT and critical infrastructure organizations (specifically relevant sectors are industry, finance, energy, healthcare and government).