Investigative journalism website Follow the Money ranks me as most influential cyber security expert in The Netherlands (ranking and follow-up interview). See also a recent blog about PSD2, calling it a strategy European blunder, and a recent presentation about medical privacy (both in Dutch).
Cyber Security Bachelor and Master
Nijmegen is the first university in the Netherlands with a bachelor programme in Cyber Security. Find out more information (in Dutch) and consider joining! A top Master in Cyber Security is jointly organised with the Technical University Eindhoven.
My research concentrates on theoretical and practical aspects of security. On the theoretical side, my focus is on quantum logic and probabilistic computation, supported by an ERC Advanced Grant, see also the EfProb Python library for probabilistic computation. On the practical side, I'm interested in identity and privacy management, see eg. the IRMA project and video on attribute-based authentication (and also the bottom of this page), in security and privacy in personalised medicine (see the PEP technology), and in cyber security and intelligence and the broader societal aspects of computer security.
(photo by Anoek Bleumer)