4 07, 2019

CHASE – Visualizing cyber security vulnerabilities using bowties

2020-10-16T12:17:19+02:00Blog, Cyber security|

Guest blog by David Hatch from Process Safety Integrity Hazards 29 is Europe’s leading process safety forum. At this year’s event, industry expert Andy Geddes and CGE Partner David Hatch from Process Safety Integrity presented their new CHASE concept. Their work has developed a practical methodology for Computer Hazard And Security Evaluation. You can't defend [...]

14 03, 2018

The inevitability of functional safety embracing cybersecurity risk

2020-10-22T09:15:57+02:00Blog, Cyber security|

Guest blog by Nigel Stanley (Chief Technology Officer - Operational Technology and Industrial Cybersecurity CoE) - TÜV Rheinland (Risktec Solutions Ltd.) Most people would agree that we are now at the start of the fourth (4.0) industrial revolution, also known as the current trend of automation and data exchange. The traditional slower pace of industry [...]

15 09, 2017

Looking back at a succesfull Cyber Security Seminar

2017-09-15T17:53:18+02:00Cyber security, News|

On the 14th of September 2017 CGE organized a successful mini-seminar on 'How to use Bowties to understand and manage Cyber Security Risks'. About 30 people listened to presentations from Marcel van Oirschot (Commercial Director at Fox-IT/NCC), Peter Ralph (Enterprise Risk Manager at Rolls-Royce) and Arjan Verboom (Program Director at CGE Risk Management Solutions). The presentations highlighted [...]

5 11, 2016

General Data Protection Regulation

2017-07-05T11:36:09+02:00Blog, Compliance, Cyber security|

Introduction This overview highlights the key themes of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to help organizations understand the new legal framework in the EU. Relevance Data Protection is a topic that can be analyzed from a risk perspective using the BowTie method. Our partner P@ssport offers training courses for Data Protection Officers Who does [...]

22 07, 2016

Common Cyber Attacks – Reducing the impact, Governance and the state of it now

2017-08-04T13:45:23+02:00Articles & Reports, Blog, Compliance, Cyber security, IT|

Guestblog - Peter Rus, Enterprise Architect for Passport The first country in the world that has implemented laws and not directives concerning protecting critical infrastructure were the United Arab Emirates. We in the Netherlands already have the Bill on Notification of data leaks (Wetsvoorstel Meldplicht datalekken en uitbreiding bestuurlijke boetebevoegdheid Cbp, the Bill). The Bill introduces a duty [...]