The War on Privacy

In this digital age, the importance of privacy has become more than a necessity. However, we see it around the world: privacy must increasingly give way to an illusion of greater control and security. With the ever-growing number of data breaches and overdue maintenance in (data) security, it seems like there is no turning back. What are we seeing on this topic and why should you care?

  • The War on Privacy
  • The War on Privacy
  • The War on Privacy
  • The War on Privacy
  • The War on Privacy
  • The War on Privacy

What will you get?

Explanation of the current state of privacy around the world and in technology. What does privacy really mean, and why does it remain a fundamental human right? How has privacy evolved over the years from the analog into the digital landscape? The impact of noteworthy data breaches in the past. The effects of data hoarding by all kinds of organisations including the government.

Presented by

Jort Kollerie

Jort Kollerie

Strategic Advisor
Orange Cyberdefense
Tamara Hendriksen

Tamara Hendriksen

Orange Cyberdefense

Details about the presentation

  •    Audience
  •   Language
  •   Duration
  •   Location
  •   Requirements
  •   Costs


The audience for this presentation is suitable for everyone; no specific background, role or (technical) knowledge is required.


The presentation can be given in both Dutch and English. The content (slides), however, is in English.


The duration of the presentation is about 45 minutes, this is without questions and answers. Shortening the presentation is possible but at the cost of valuable information and coherent story.


The presentation can be given anywhere, provided both presenters are available. Any travel and lodging expenses must be coordinated in advance.


The presentation is built in Microsoft PowerPoint and preferably shown via our own brought laptop. A privately ownded (long distance) remote clicker is also available. A provisioned HDMI connection to a large screen is sufficient. For large rooms with more than 35 people, amplified sound is desirable.


Costs are negotiable and depend on location (country), accommodation costs and amenities.


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