J.J. (Johan) de Wit


Johan de Wit (1965) is an external (Contract Industry) PhD candidate at the Faculty of Technology, Policy, and Management in the Safety and Security Science Group. He received his degree Master in Security, Science and Management from TU Delft in 2013. Currently, he is conducting research on the balance of actual and perceived security and the effectiveness of (physical) security measures.

Besides this study he is working for Siemens Building Technologies as Solution manager Enterprise Security. In this role he is enhancing safety and security at relations of Siemens in critical infrastructure and corporate environments. He is involved in safety and security projects from early consultancy in risk analysis until the actual implementation of safety and security systems and processes. Besides this he is involved in global portfolio- and product management of Siemens Building technologies.

Johan de Wit is a member of:

  • ASIS, the global organization of security professionals, Benelux and international chapter
  • ISF, Information Security Forum, Orange chapter
  • VEBON-NOVB, organization of Dutch Safety and Security suppliers, Security chapter
  • OSAC, Overseas Security Advisory Council, County Council The Netherlands
  • The Hague Security Delta
  • Expertgroup Stichting Maatschappij en Veiligheid
  • Community of Interest Critical infrastructure and consequence management
  • SVOB, Stichting veilig ontwerp en beheer

Johan is also a regular speaker at the National and International conferences, and at the Universities. 

Johan de Wit

PhD Candidate

Values, Technology and Innovation

Safety and Security Science

Astrid Pinzger-van Staalduinen

Research interests:
Physical Security
Cyber Security
Risk Management
Risk Perception
Crisis Management
Business Continuity Management

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