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Eric Luiijf
Principal Consultant, Netherlands Organization for Applied Scientific Research(TNO), Defense, Security and Safety

Eric Luiijf M.Sc(Eng)Delft (57) works as Principal Consultant Critical Infrastructure Protection and Information Operations at TNO Defence, Security and Safety, The Hague, The Netherlands. He supports the Dutch Government on policy-related issues regarding Critical (Information) Infrastructure Protection (C(I)IP) and Information Operations/Warfare. He has been involved in many EU studies on CIP and CIIP research and development. Examples are the policy studies on the vulnerability of the Dutch Internet (KWINT), the Quick-Scan on Dutch Critical Infrastructure, (in)security of Process Control Systems, EU’s Critical Information Infrastructure Research Co-ordination study (CI2RCO), and the European Risk Assessment and Continuity Methodologies for the Energy sector study (EURACOM).

Eric is currently active in the Dutch National Infrastructure Against Cybercrime (NICC) driving the Process Control System Security initiatives such as the development of a national roadmap. His Security Good Practices for the Drinking Water sector have been translated into English, Japanese and Italian.

Eric is one of the founders and editors of the European CIIP newsletter. He has been interviewed many times by national and international press, radio and TV on topics like “Cyber warfare” and C(I)IP. He has published many popular articles, reports, and scientific publications about Cyber terrorism, critical (information) infrastructure protection, and information assurance.



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