Cooperating on information security
and privacy protection

For whom

CIP, Centre for Information Security and Privacy Protection is a public-private network organisation, consisting of Participants and Knowledge Partners. Participants are (employees of) government organisations, who participate in one or more community activities within our network. Knowledge Partners are private companies that are engaged through a covenant and have committed a number of employee hours to be invested in the network, sharing knowledge. We endorse the principle: ‘for all, by all’.

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Products

There are various ways in which CIP offers the facilitation and stimulation of the exchange of know how, such as thematic meetings, workshops and games. We offer a wide range of products for all to download and use freely, using a Creative Commons license, called ShareAlike. Most of out products are available in Dutch only, some have been translated into English as seen on this part of our website.

CIP Privacy Baseline

CIP Privacy Baseline

Dealing with personal data the right way can be a challenge for organizations. What, where, by whom and in which way things must be arranged in order to guarantee privacy in the right way is not always clear to (employees of) organizations. The Privacy Baseline is your guide for processing personal data in a responsible way. The AVR/GDPR unraveled for application. The reference book from the method ‘Grip on Privacy’ that provides organizations with concrete tools to protect personal data.

Grip on SSD: The Method

Grip on SSD: The Method

A method for clients, developers and vendors for enabling collaborative delivery of Secure Software. English version.

Grip on SSD: Security Requirements

Grip on SSD: Security Requirements

Basic requirements framework for secure software. English version.

Workshops & serious games

Learning by experience is a powerful way of acquiring knowledge and skills. CIP offers various workshops and so-called ‘serious games’. In addition, we regularly co-organise workshops together with our Knowledge Partners.

Crisis Game
Serious Game

Crisis Game

An exciting and playful team game in which you can experience having to solve a security crisis. The duration is approximately 75 minutes, the game is available both in Dutch and English and can be played with groups of 5-15 people, ideally suited for, awareness and for teambuilding!

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Serious Game

Crisis: Basisvariant

Een spannend en ludiek teamspel, waarin je ervaart wat het is om een beveiligingscrisis in je organisatie te bestrijden. De game duurt 75 minuten, is beschikbaar in zowel het Nederlands als het Engels en kan gespeeld worden in groepen van 5 tot 15 mensen. Ideaal voor teambuilding!

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Crisis: Basisvariant

About CIP

CIP was founded by the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration (Ministry of Finance), DUO, SVB and UWV in 2012. These and other goverment organisations process a large amounts of data. In accordance with the legal framework such as GDPR/AVG, these information processing activities must meet set criteria on availability, integrity and confidentiality. Because of the increased impact of digitalisation in work processes and also in communication with civilians, these topics require more attention than ever before. As a cooperative community we want to make a substantial contribution to the information security of the Dutch goverment and within the chains between government organisations. This will also help increase the trust of civilians in the services provided by the government. CIP is a network organisation par excellence, with close to 2.500 members, representing approximately 500 organisations.

Contact

Please let us know how we can help you further, or how you can support our network.

Postal Adress
La Guardiaweg 116
Toren A, 5e verdieping
1043 DL
Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Toon op kaart
Phone Numbers
                       
06-46096274
06-21120286

Privacy Statement

CIP is a network organisation, focussed on public-private cooperation in the field of information security and privacy protection. To enable knowledge sharing and cooperation, CIP registers personal data of the members of the CIP network. This data is used for inviting members to CIP events such as conferences, meetings, workshops, as well as for informing them about various kinds of relevant developments, i.e. new (versions of) CIP products. In addition, some data (name, job title and organisation) will be used for registering event attendance and enrollment, with respect to Permanent Education registration. CIP does not supply personal data to third parties, unless forced by law, or after obtaining specific, individual permission.