Work Package 5



– Definition of frameworks to support the development of secure IoT devices through regulation, benchmarking, and certification
– Design and evaluation of multi-stakeholder engagement processes via incentive structures to thrust the adoption of cyber security measures in the IoT supply chain.
– Development of robust legal regulation in the field of cybersecurity and IoT promoting a ‘distributed’ approach – the sharing of responsibility for cyber risks across the entire ICT supply chain, from various IoT providers to end users

  • Timeline


Start date: M0

End date: M96


Michael J.G. van Eeten

Michael J.G. van Eeten

TU Delft

Professor Michel van Eeten is professor at Delft University of Technology and his chair focuses on the Governance of Cybersecurity. He studies the interplay between technological design and economic incentives in Internet security. His team analyses large-scale Internet measurement and incident data to identify how the markets for Internet services deal with security risks. He has conducted empirical studies funded by NWO, the ITU, the OECD, the Department of Homeland Security, the European Commission, the Dutch National Police, the General Intelligence and Security Service, Fox-IT, banks, and various ministries within the Dutch government. Van Eeten is also a member of the Cyber Security Council, an official advisory body of the Dutch government. 

Key Outcomes

The INTERSCT consortium is working hard toward producing the first tangible outcomes. The Key Outcomes of this Work Package will be available soon


Public Deliverables

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