International Law Students Association at The Hague University of Applied Sciences, with strong support by the Faculty of International and European Law and the Center of Expertise Cyber Security, had the utmost honor to host the largest event of this academic year! This time we hosted a panel discussion on the topic of Cyber Crime and Cyber Security. Various fields of expertise were represented by professionals to give their point of view on the activities and issues that the international cyber crime arena brings to the table. It was followed by a panel discussion and a breathtaking discussion between the panelists, guests, and the audience.
Big thank you to all who attended and engaged in this wonderful evening. For those who did not attend, and also for those who attended but missed some points, please feel free to download the PowerPoint presentations of the speakers. Please use them only for your own purposes and make due references. They are not available for any other purposes except when duly requested from the speakers.
Further references to the PowerPoint from Dr. Larik:
Sash Jayawardane, Joris Larik and Erin Jackson, Challenges, Solutions, and Lessons for Effective Global Governance, The Hague Institute for Global Justice, Policy Brief No. 17 (December 2015).
Special Section - Governing Cyberspace: Building Confidence, Capacity and Consensus, edited by Sash Jayawardane, Joris Larik and Mahima Kaul, Global Policy, Vol. 7 No. 1 (2016).
Speakers and their presentations in pdf format:
Jarek Jakubcek (Strategy Analyst at Europol) "Darknet, Bitcoins, Cyberthreats, and Open-source intelligence"
Stefan Ellenbroek (Manager Center of Expertise Cyber Security at De Haagse Hogeschool) "Short overview of the activities of THUAS on Cyber Crime"
Freek E. Marks (Head of Digital Factory Division at Siemens Nederland N.V.) "Future of Digital Enterprise"
Dr. Ton van Gessel (CEO SYBER B.V., Associate Partner FSV Risk Advisory) “Cyber Challenges from 26.661699 19.523003”
Dr. Joris Larik (Assistant Professor of Comparative, EU, and International Law at Leiden University and Senior Researcher at The Hague Institute for Global Justice) "Cyber Governance: Challenges, Solutions, and Lessons for Effective Global Governance"