Author Floris van den Broek
Dr. Floris van den Broek received his PhD in Computer Science at TU Delft and his Masters of business Administration at University of California, Berkeley. He is a a co-founder and director of ICT Institute with a focus on sales and business development. Next to his work at ICT Institute, Floris is on the board of various ICT companies and has been active in private equity. He is also a certified ISO 27001 lead auditor.
ICT Institute training overview 2019
For 2019 we have fixed the following dates: AVG/GDPR training (one day, in Dutch language) is planned on 18 January, 20 March, 11 September, 18 October and 29 November. ISO 27001 Introduction training will be on 14-15 May. The course is in English, with a Dutch trainer present also. More information on the ISO courses…Floris van den Broek
More sessions for GDPR course and ISO 27001 courses
Due to continued interest in our easy and pragmatic security training, which led to adding a few more sessions. For the 1-day GDPR/Privacy training (in Dutch) there is a new session on Nov 12th, 2018. For the ISO Introduction training and the ISO 27001 Lead Auditor training there will be sessions starting on 7 January…Floris van den Broek
ISO 27001 Introductory course – 15/16 Oct 2018
Have you thought about taking an ISO 27001 training, but would just like to start with the simple introduction? And would you like to have an option to get a Lead Auditor certificate by just taking a few more days extra training? Our new course offers just that! ICT Institute helps you to make ISO…Floris van den Broek
ICT Institute speaking in De Balie on security Intelligence referendum
On 26 February, ICT Institute presented at a discussion evening in De Balie. De Balie is a well-known platform and center for freedom of speech, contemporary art, politics, culture, cinema and media, situated near the Leidseplein in Amsterdam. ICT Institute co-founder Floris van den Broek spoke about the technical aspects of obtaining personal information for…Floris van den Broek
What are the Spectre and Meltdown threats?
Security researchers have recently uncovered security issues known as Meltdown and Spectre. These issues apply to all modern processors and allow attackers to gain read access to parts of memory that were meant to be secret. To initiate a Spectre- or Meltdown-based attack, the attacker must be able to run code on the victim’s processor. What are Spectre and…Floris van den Broek