Our digital autonomy is under pressure and that touches the heart of Dutch society; cyber threats are increasing and we are becoming increasingly dependent on the digital infrastructure owned by a number of major foreign market players. This can have major consequences for our national and economic security and therefore the earning capacity of the Netherlands. Digital autonomy must therefore be invested at the highest political and administrative level, based on an integrated vision of cyber resilience. There must be targeted innovation and cyber resilience must be tackled by the government and the business community from a sovereignty perspective. The starting point should be: strong in-house, strong in Europe, strong in the rest of the world.
Guidance on the use of the ‘Assessment framework for digital autonomy and cybersecurity’
This guidance has been written primarily for policy makers in government, but private organisations can also use it. Both the ...
CSR Advisory document ‘Digital Autonomy and Cybersecurity in the Netherlands' – CSR Advisory document 2021, No. 3
Digital autonomy touches the heart of our constitutional state and thus the foundation of our society. Digital autonomy is a ...
Report 'Strategic Autonomy and Cybersecurity in the Netherlands'
Digital autonomy is a topic of discussion at both national and European level. The Cyber Security Council (CSR) has therefore ...