03:20 - What hacking techniques were used to simulate a realistic hacking attack.
06:38 - How do you make good agreements so that the hack simulation does not cause any damage, but still goes deep. A so-called White Team has been set up for this, which is aware of the hacking simulation.
09:11 - How did the hack simulation go? Which hacking attempts have been discovered? Which hacking attempts have been successful?
20:26 - What has RDW done with the findings? Once again it became clear that cyber security is not only about technology, but also about behaviour.
24:36 - What are the main lessons from the Red Teaming Assessment.
28:20 - Question and answer.
About the speakers
Hans Borsboom is Central Security Officer (CSO) at RDW and the client for the Red Team investigation by Secura. Hans was also a member of the RDW White team.
Hans: "As CISO, I provide functional leadership to a team of 7 security officers positioned in the divisions. The vehicle registration and driving license register are the core of many services that the RDW offers in the mobility sector."
"RDW develops many applications in-house. Knowledge of the latest state of affairs in cyber threats is of great importance. RDW consciously opts for a wide range of security tests to guarantee the security of its services."
Christoffel Klimbie is an account manager in Secura's Public market group. He interviews Hans Borsboom about the Red Teaming project and moderates questions from participants.