Strategic experts in the fields of cyber security, forensics, transport & logistics, clean tech and e-health
Revnext is a strategic consulting firm focusing on high-tech issues. We advise high-level management of governments, listed companies and NGOs in the areas of high-tech innovation, strategic development and performance improvement.
Revnext consists of experts in cyber security, forensics, transport & logistics, clean tech and e-health. As an independent firm, we offer cross-sectorial, thoroughly substantiated and objective advice. We choose to invest in continuous Research and Development in order to remain at the frontier of technology and social innovation. Our clients include those working in critical infrastructure, local governments and the IT sector.
We believe that the formulation of a strategic vision goes hand in hand with setting an example in the field of high-tech innovation. As a firm, we maintain close ties with universities, digital developers and social innovators. Revnext also invests generously in research and development. With Revnext Lab, we support young talent in taking on in-depth studies and building and applying innovative concepts for the market. In our Revnext Sessions we examine disruptive ideas and technologies more closely.
The first Cyberworkspace for young gamers and drop-outs will open its doors during an exciting pilot week in August. The pilot week contains pentesting sessions, hands-on hacking and inspirational traineeships. Revnext is one of the founders and supporters of the Cyberworkspace.
Anouk Vos and Mary-Jo de Leeuw will be talking about the “Cyberwerkplaats” project during the NL-UK Cyber Security Showcase 2017 in WTC The Hague. The Showcase is organized by the UK Department of International Trade. It aims to bring insights into the latest developments, innovations and thoughts on cyber security.
The Accenture Innovation Awards is a year-round program with the goal to create an extensive ecosystem to connect all innovators and to drive innovation together. On behalf of Revnext Anouk Vos will take part in the jury to help decide what innovation in security will win the coveted Blue or Green Tulip.
Everything you always wanted to know about hacking toys! On November 27 Mary-Jo de Leeuw will give a presentation on the ‘Internet of Toys’ at the Womens business initiative. Tickets available at: http://www.womensbusinessinitiative.net/current-events/wbii-networking-event-november-everything-always-wanted-know-ask-hacks-cracks/