My name is Jeroen van der Ham, I have always had an interest and concern for digital privacy and open Internet developments. After some recent studies I performed on net neutrality and censorship in the Netherlands, I found myself in ethical dilemmas. This made me realise that it is not just privacy and openness that are our concerns, but that we are currently witnessing the development of ethics and morality in cyberspace.
I’m a researcher working for the National Cyber Security Center (NCSC-NL). Before this I was a researcher in the field of System and Network Engineering, I taught at the System and Network Engineering master at the University of Amsterdam, and did research in the System and Network Engineering research group. I am also a member of the RandomData hackerspace.
This blog expresses my personal views and does not express the views of the NCSC-NL.