Connect2Trust Foundation works with the following partners:
As an expert, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) works towards a digitally secure Netherlands. The digital infrastructure is of vital importance: for payments, clean water from the tap and to keep our feet dry. The NCSC has 3 main tasks. Read more about the NCSC here.
At the end of 2017, the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Change, together with the Ministry of Justice and Security, launched the Digital Trust Centre (DTC) program. The DTC’s mission is to make companies more resilient to cyber threats. The DTC has 2 main tasks: Read more about the DTC here.
The Computer Incident Response Center Luxembourg (CIRCL) is a government-sponsored initiative designed to provide a systematic response facility against computer security threats and incidents. Read more about the CIRCL here.
DIVD is a platform for security researchers to report vulnerabilities, supported by volunteers. Read more about the DIVD here.
Individual Internet service providers must comply with legal requirements and provide adequate protection against security threats. But sometimes it is smarter to arrange things together. That is why the Nationale Beheersorganisatie Internet Providers (NBIP) was founded in 2002. Read more about the NBIP here.
The Platform for Information Security (PvIB) is the knowledge center in the field of information security in the Netherlands.
Security Delta (HSD) is the national security cluster. About 275 companies, government organizations and knowledge institutions work together to make a difference in the security of our digitizing society.
The Dutch Security Hotline was created by six foundations (AbuseIO, AmsIX, Connect2Trust, DIVD, NBIP, SurfCERT) that have been working for many years to increase cyber resilience in the Netherlands.