First Honours Class Cybersecurity held - collaboration between UL, TU Delft and EUR
In June 2014 the Honours Class Cybersecurity. Legal, Philosophical and Technical Dimensions was held, coordinated by Dr. Marga Groothuis of the Constitutional and Administrative Law Department.
The participants on the course were students from nine different bachelor programmes at Leiden University, Delft University of Technology and Erasmus University Rotterdam, varying from Politics and Law to Information Technology and Applied Physics. The aim of this Honours Class was to study the subject of Cybersecurity from a legal, philosophical and technical perspective, through lectures, student presentations and debates.
The Honours Class Cybersecurity was taught the Campus The Hague. Lectures were given by Professor Jan van den Berg (Cybersecurity, TU Delft), Professor Michel van Eeten (Governance of Cybersecurity, TU Delft) Dr. Wolter Pieters (Cyber Risk Management, TU Delft), Dr. Bibi van den Berg (eLaw, Universiteit Leiden) Serge Boeke LLM (Centre for Terrorism and Counterterrorism, Leiden University) and Dr. Marga Groothuis (Constitutional and Administrative Law Department, Leiden University).
This Honours Class was organised by the Centre for Safety & Security, one of the joint multidisciplinary centres of Leiden University, Delft University of Technology and Erasmus University Rotterdam, in collaboration with the Honours Academy Leiden. Honours classes are in depth and enriching courses for highly motivated students.