Cities and Urbanization

For the public sector, cyber resilience has never been more important

Events like Hack The Hague employ ethical hackers to identify risk factors in a city's digital infrastructure before they are exploited, enhancing cyber resilience for when it is most needed. Image: Hack The Hague

Eleri Jones

Head of PETRAS National Centre of Excellence for IoT Systems Cybersecurity, University College London

Michael Lake

President and CEO, Leading Cities

Abhik Chaudhuri

Chevening Fellow, Tata Consultancy Services

Mirel Sehic

Vice President General Manager, Cybersecurity, Honeywell

Daan Rijnders

Cyber Secure The Hague Lead, City of The Hague

Yalena Coleman

Director of Applied Data & Technology, Connected Places Catapult


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