Netherlands Announces National Cyber Security Center
The center, based in The Hague, is intended to coordinate information and expertise between government agencies.
A national cyber security center for the Netherlands was recently opened by Dutch minister of security and justice Ivo Opstelten.
"The center, based in The Hague, focuses on developing and offering expertise and advice, supporting and implementing responses to cyber threats or incidents, and strengthening crisis management, according to a report by Radio Netherlands," Infosecurity reports.
"The center brings together expertise from various agencies, including the Ministry of Security and Justice; the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Agriculture and Innovation; the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations; the Ministry of Defence; the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; the Dutch intelligence service AIVD; the police; the Public Prosecution Service, and the Netherlands Forensic Institute," the article states.
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