Surviving the Internet of Threats

This year’s conference will be looking into the latest evolutions with regard to cybersecurity, the upcoming of the Internet of Threats and will be helping you to identify how to protect your valuable data and other key assets in that context.

For organizations it’s no longer the question whether but rather when they will be getting hacked or when they will have to manage a (cyber)incident. The “new normal” even seems to be “assume that you are already hacked”… and hope you’ll discover fast enough instead of like one year later.

Truly, in the age of the Internet of Threats the challenges for (security) professionals are significant and increasing. The means at their disposal are clearly limited, whilst the negative forces seems to have limitless investment capability and can innovate at crazy speeds.

We have seen compromises that led to millions of euros of losses. We have seen mega denial of services thanks to IoT-devices. We have seen key Internet-systems crumble under attack. We see devices being connected to the internet and getting hacked in like 98 seconds. Where will all this lead to and how can professionals keep their organization’s risk limited?

Current state of affairs

During this conference we will give the attendees a view of the current state of affairs shared by true experts in the field, we will glance at upcoming regulations which will give guidance to organizations and, as is the heart of Heliview’s cybersecurity conference, discuss the state of affairs with regard to currently available solutions which organizations can apply to increase their resilience against (cyber-) threats – see list of this year’s key subjects.

This year’s core subjects


  • Data Protection & Data Privacy
  • Combatting CyberCrime
  • Protection of Critical Infrastructures


  • Governance / Risk / Compliance Management
  • Threat intelligence
  • Testing & Vulnerability Management


  • Advanced Malware Detection & Mitigation
  • (Web-)Application and API-security
  • IoT and Industrial Defense
  • Mobile Security

Detect / Repair / recover

  • SIEM (Security Information & Event Management)
  • Incident Management & Forensics

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This registration form is in Dutch, when you have any problems to register please contact Merel Jansma +31076 548 4021 or 

Target audience

The congress focuses on a senior level audience of end users (senior managers and specialists) who want to stay up to date on relevant trends and developments and know the importance of ongoing investment in Cyber Security solutions.

The primary audience for this conference is:

  • CISO / CTO
  • CIO
  • (IT) Security manager
  • (IT) Security officer
  • (IT) Security specialist
  • IT manager
  • Risk / Compliance Officer