Concerning cyber safety, cooperation is taking place with the following parties for education and researcH.
- Services, Cybersecurity and Safety researchgroup
The goal of the SCS group is to develop methods and techniques for developing IT-based services that balance service levels with safety- and security levels, and to develop methods and techniques that make existing IT-based services more secure.
- 4TU Cyber Security master
The 4TU cyber security master specialisation offers computer science master students a state-of-the-art education and an opportunity to contribute to our cutting-edge research.
- TU Delft Cyber Security research
Cyber security in Delft has a unique socio-technical approach towards the protection of cyber space. Researchers with a background in computer science, mathematics, electrical engineering, physics, economics, ethics, and law work together in research projects and teaching. In many parts of the world, cyber security researchers focus on the prevention of incidents, but we know that incidents do happen, and work therefore also on the detection of incidents and the recovery. All cyber security incidents have a technical and a social aspect. Solutions therefore have a technical core but require a detailed understanding of the social context to be effective.
University of Twente works with various organizations in the field of cyber safety.
SURFcert offers support 24/7 for security incidents to institutes linked to SURFnet. SURFcert also provides the tools to optimize security at these institutes.
- SURFnet Community of Incident Response Teams (SCIRT)
SCIRT is the place where operational security experts of institutes connected to SURFnet can discuss current security challenges and exchange the latest tips and tricks.
- SURF Community for Information security and PRivacy (SCIPR)
Information security officers and privacy officers employed in higher education consult each other in the context of SCIPR. The objective is to improve the information security and privacy at educational and research institutes. SCIPR does this by developing policy and guidelines, among other things.
- National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)
The NCSC is part of the Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security. This centre contributes to a secure, open and stable information society.
- Personal Data Authority
The Dutch Personal Data Authority monitors compliance with statutory rules for the protection of personal data.
ENISA is an EU agency that issues recommendations on cyber security, supports European policy development and acts in operational teams of member states to implement policy.