Inge Philips - Bryan
Inge Philips-Bryan (1969) left the Public Service and joined Deloitte Cyber Risk Services in 2016. Her career spans two decades in intelligence and law enforcement. Her last position was Deputy Director of the Netherlands Criminal Investigations Division, where she dealt with counter terrorism and serious organized crime such as drug trafficking, armed robbery, money laundering and high tech crime. She laid the basis for the use of internet in intelligence work in The Netherlands and was a pioneer in the use of big data in intelligence and law enforcement. She has seen all sides of (cyber-) espionage and crime.
At Deloitte Inge focuses on securing The Netherlands’ critical infrastructure and serves clients primarily in this sector. She strongly believes that facing cyber risks can be a catalyst for positive change in any professional environment. Her approach to (cyber) security matters enables clients to strengthen their business while solving their most prominent security and continuity issues. She is a trusted advisor to policymakers and she is frequently asked to contribute to cyber strategy issues on a national level. Inge is the Public Policy leader for Deloitte The Netherlands, leveraging her network to bring the aggregated knowledge of the whole of Deloitte to society to enable better decisions and better policy making.
Inge holds a master’s degree in history (University of Leiden), a post-doc degree in security studies (Institut National des Hautes Etudes de la Securité, Paris), is certified as General Commander in the Netherlands’ Police crisis structure (SGBO) and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).