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Do you work in the financial sector and would you like to find out more about the cyber threat landscape and developments?

If so please register for the Virtual Expert Lunch on 14 October. The theme of this lunch session is Intelligence Driven Protection. The aim is to exchange knowledge and experiences on the basis of the developments in the threat landscape and the consequences for businesses’ cyber resilience. Our cyber intelligence experts will tell you more about current threats and the impact they can have. Ramon van Ingen, who is involved in the Tiber program at the Dutch Central Bank, will give everyone more insight into this program and how financial institutions can test whether they are resistant to current and advanced cyberattacks. In addition to this we will discuss issues with the participants regarding the use of Threat Intelligence and how this information helps to protect businesses more effectively against cyberattacks.


  • 11:00 – 11:10 – Introduction to the program and the speakers
  • 11:10 – 11:30 – Setting the scene – insights into the threat landscape (Alon Arvatz)
  • 11:30 – 11:50 – The Tiber program (Ramon van Ingen)
  • 11:50 – 12:20 – Our vision of Intelligence Driven Protection (Peter Centi, Paola Zizola)
  • 12:20 – 12:45 – Round table discussie
  • 12:45 – 13:00 – Conclusion

Information on the speakers

Ramon van Ingen

Ramon van Ingen is a consultant, research and speaker in the field of cyber resilience. He combines his practical experience as an entrepreneur with his academic research in the field of purpose, leadership and motivation theories. Ramon is currently helping the Dutch Central Bank to implement a cyber resilience program (TIBER) in the Dutch financial sector which involves testing the resilience of institutions and improving that resilience by means of ethical hacking. He is also a visiting lecturer at Nyenrode Business University.

Peter Centi

Peter has a broad background at various specialist services of both the government (including the armed forces, the police and the General Intelligence and Security Service of the Netherlands [Algemene Inlichtingen- en Veiligheidsdienst] (AIVD)), as well as in the business community. In recent years he has worked at (inter) national level on the development of (digital) services in the field of intelligence in relation to the physical world and (personal) security. As a response to the increasing digital threat Peter set up an intelligence department which supports the corporate, media and financial sectors in the field of (digital) security.

Paola Zizola

Paola has well over 20 years of experience with software development and more than 6 years’ experience with information security. Before she started working at Tesorion, she worked for software suppliers in a variety of sectors. Paola initially worked on the implementation of ISO 27001 and after that primarily fulfilled the role of consultant for various clients in the financial, manufacturing and care sectors. Paola has worked at Tesorion as a Senior Security Consultant for three years.

Patrick van Velthoven

Patrick van Velthoven

Patrick van Velthoven works at Tesorion and has 20 years of experience, at national and international level, with cybersecurity and the fraud sector. Patrick was, for example, involved in the creation of the first Dutch Cyber Threat Intelligence platform (CMIS) for the sharing of data between Dutch banks. He also advised various institutions on the subject of Open Banking and PSD2, which involved finding answers to compliancy and technical issues relating to fraud and identity controls.