Cyber security is about protecting your computer from whoever wishes you harm, or wants what you have. But rarely do we know exactly what we have, and how to protect it. Ruben ten Hove, Cyber Security Innovator at TNO, will talk about automated discovery within IT infrastructures, and automating security decision making for such infrastructures. TU/e master student in mathematics, and our own GEWIS member Tim Meeles, will also take part in the lecture. He is currently doing a graduation internship at TNO. He will tell you about his experience at TNO as an intern, as well as the possibilities he got to finish his master there. His research focuses on determining an optimal routing policy for a driver encountering an incident on the highway. He bases the predictions for the incident duration on real Dutch highway traffic data, gathered by TNO and Rijkswaterstaat.
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