Inge Bryan is a trusted advisor to boards and policymakers. Her career spans two decades of intelligence and criminal investigations, mainly tech and data related. She has vast experience in leading investigations, leading change in organizations and managing crises. She is intimately familiar with all sides of cybercrime, espionage and warfare. After leaving law enforcement in 2016, she has led cyber security programs in large organizations primarily in the public sector and critical infrastructure.
She can thrill you with war stories and has a keen perspective on how to secure organizations, taking into account that cyber security measures have to be woven into the current state of the organization. Inge speaks plain language, making complex stuff accessible to all. She can help you raise awareness in your environment without scaring the ** out of everyone. She’s passionate about cyber security. Her mantra is: there’s more to life than security…let me know when you find it.
Topics you can pick her brain on: threat intel, social engineering, intelligence, policing, crisis management, change management, leadership, diversity, (not to mention drug trafficking, child pornography, weapons of mass destruction, terrorism, money laundering etc)
Inge spends her free time as:
- Royal Dutch Society, Board member
- Global Forum on Cyber Expertise, Secretary/board member
- Clingendael Institute, Supervisory board member
- National Archives, Advisory board member
- Police Academy, Advisory board member
- University of Leiden, Advisory board member
- Anti-Abuse Network, chair
- Citrix Inquiry, Onderzoeksraad voor Veiligheid
- Reform committee National Police Unit, (commissie landelijke eenheid)
She gives guest lectures at Erasmus University, Leiden University, Nijenrode Business School