The Dutch House of Representatives is debating the ‘Cybersecurity Act’ soon. This law will give the General Intelligence and Security Service (AIVD) and Military Intelligence and Security Service (MIVD) opportunities for tapping internet traffic.
Radboud University and thirteen other European research centres will join forces to develop a new, open European infrastructure for web search. The OpenWebSearch.EU project will be contributing to Europe’s digital sovereignty.
Security algorithms created by researchers from Radboud University and other organisations have been selected by the American National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) as one the new standards for post-quantum cryptography.
If companies want to more efficiently limit the risks of cyberattacks, they should invest smarter rather than more. Many organisations currently still mainly select their investments based on past information.
This year's Ammodo Science Award for Groundbreaking Research in the domain of Humanities was awarded, in part, to Tamar Sharon, professor of Philosophy, Digitalization and Society at Radboud University and her colleagues at iHub.