[NCSC-NL] NCSC-NL publishes factsheet PKIoverheid is changing: Coordinate the necessary changes in your ICT processes

In the coming months, changes will take place in the PKIoverheid system, in order to resolve an issue that was discovered in July. In the meantime, the certificate issuers have started replacing PKIoverheid leaf certificates.

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