44 companies have already joined Beltug’s newest task force, which aims to facilitate exchange on security threats, and enable its members to learn from each other’s work. It kicked off on 9 March, and already has a long, impressive list of topics to cover.

To name a few:

  • password-less authentication
  • zero trust
  • OT security
  • security awareness
  • ISMS
  • 3rd party risk
  • frameworks for risk evaluation
  • cloud security
  • security by design

Other possibilities raised include: ransomware/extortion, security hardening, unified logging and SIEM, security compliance and defining security contractually.

With this task force up and running, Beltug now has a specialist group for each of its four main themes: Privacy, Public Tendering and Vendor Management. And our CIO Cabinet keeps a more global view of what is top-of-mind for ICT decision makers.

If you are interested in joining the Beltug Security Task Force (users only!), read more on the Beltug Security task force and send an email to Beltug explaining your interest and what you can bring to the group.