Grabowsky is a gold sponsor for the ISSA NL chapter.
The next session will be held on the 14 October 2015. Topic of the meeting is the Internet of Things.
ISSA Netherlands Board.
IMF Academy is now a media partner for ISSA NL Chapter. IMF is an independent publisher of distance learning courses and organizer of hot topical classroom based trainings. IMF focuses on business information for managers and decision-makers in large and middle-sized companies and non-profit organizations. During the past 20 years, IMF gained a solid reputation by providing to-the-point and valuable information about topics both critical and of current interest.
IMF is specialist in providing business information by means of distance learning courses; courses fully aimed at self-study. Beside of this, IMF offers a lot of classroom based trainings. Topics vary from subjects in the area of Information Technology, Finance/Tax, Project Management and (IT) Security Management.
ISSA Netherlands chapter supports this years IDC security conference. We offer discount to our members (end users only). More info here http://idcbenelux.com/eng/events/upcoming-events
I-to-I is gold sponsor for 2015. See their website for more information.
Vest Information Security is gold sponsor for 2015.
During the chapter meeting op November 25, the chapter board for 2015 was elected. Welcome to Ruud Jongejan as our new vice president.
See this page for an overview of board members and contact details.
Our November chapter meeting is hosted by Alticom in their IJsselstein data center.
Alticom provides datacenter services from a total of 24 high-altitude media towers spread out across the Netherlands.Perfectly suited for datacenters.
Originally, the Alticom media towers served to facilitate broadcasting of television and radio signals. The towers are also essential to the wireless networks run by Dutch mobile telecom operators. Digitization of radio and television, as well as increasing use of satellite and fiberglass cables, have rendered much of the analog equipment used in the towers obsolete. As such equipment was removed, the question became: what to do with this empty space?
As it turned out, uninterrupted power supply, presence of emergency power facilities, high security levels, and elaborate connectivity options provided these towers with the perfect building blocks for datacenters. Consequently, Alticom has been using the space made available for provision of datacenter services.