I learn that when you disclose a security vumnerability to the dutch governement, you are not prosecuted (if you do it properly), not rewarded in money, but you get a T-shirt: https://naijaknowhow.net/nigerian-female-hacker-rewarded-for-hacking-dutch-government/ #CANVAS
Description of security incident handling in the dutch governement. Among the people in the team, there is a "facility manager" (the person bringing coffee and pizzas to the response team.) #CANVAS
There is in the Netherlands a pilot program ("HackRight") for young computer crackers (if it is their first offence, only), they can escape fine and jail if they do an internship in a security organisation, with mandatory work on ethics. #CANVAS
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Stephan Walder, Zürich prosecutor, about prosecution of "cybercrime". (A lot of "cyber" on the slides.)
One of the examples is the hacking of the machines of a swiss coffee machine producer... He uses that as an example that not all attacks are "cybercrime".
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