Partners of Secura

IT security is more than technology alone. Secura has come together with a number of partners in compliance and risk management, integrated application security, privacy, IT- and internet law and certification.

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Cyberveilig Nederland

Cyberveilig Nederland is the industry platform of security service providers, who have the aim to increase digital resilience within the Netherlands and increase the quality and transparency within the growing cybersecurity sector. In close collaboration with the government, Cyberveilig Nederland wants to give direction to improve cybersecurity within the Netherlands, by creating transparency within the industry trough development of a code of conduct and a security mark. For more information, please visit:

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The Hague Security Delta

The Dutch security cluster 'The Hague Security Delta' (HSD) is a network of businesses, governments and knowledge institutions that work together on innovative security solutions and knowledge development. In this network, security issues are discussed and knowledge is shared on cyber security, national and urban security, protection of critical infrastructures, and forensics. The HSD partners have a common goal: a more secure world, more business activity and more jobs. For more information, please visit:

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PECB is a certification body for persons, management systems, and products on a wide range of international standards. As a global provider of training, examination, audit, and certification services, PECB offers its expertise on multiple fields, including but not limited to Information Security, IT, Business Continuity, Service Management, Quality Management Systems, Risk & Management, Health, Safety, and Environment. For further information regarding PECB principal objectives and activities, visit

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CIP, Centre for Information Security and Privacy Protection is a public-private network organisation, consisting of Participants and Knowledge Partners. Participants are (employees of) government organisations, who participate in one or more community activities within our network. Knowledge Partners are private companies that are engaged through a covenant and have committed to a number of employee hours to be invested in the network, sharing knowledge. We endorse the principle: ‘for all, by all’.

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