Join us from 2 to 6 October for the highly anticipated Cyber Security Week in The Hague, the city of peace, justice and security. This week-long event features a diverse range of cybersecurity activities, catering to all interests and expertise levels. Whether you prefer large-scale gatherings or exclusive invitation-only events, the Cyber Security Week showcases the undeniable presence of cybersecurity in The Hague.
A program for every interest: must-attend events
Immerse yourself in a series of captivating events, including the renowned Hack the Hague, other exciting cybersecurity experiences (to be announced soon), and the highlight of the week, the ONE Conference on 3 & 4 October. The ONE Conference offers an extensive program that caters to a broad audience. From lightning talks to deep dives, technical experts and cybersecurity enthusiasts alike will find sessions tailored to their interests.
Uncover the insights: Notable keynote speakers
Prepare to be inspired by esteemed keynote speakers such as Lorena Boix-Alonso, Jaya Baloo, Esther Schagen-van Luijt, Felicity Oswald, and Karen Gaines. In addition to the enlightening sessions, you can explore the “Let’s collaborate” Expo, a hub for up-and-coming and established talent, and various networking opportunities, including matchmaking sessions.
Request your invitation: How to join the ONE Conference
If you’re eager to be part of this exceptional event, visit the website one-conference.nl to learn more and request an invitation.
Don’t miss out on this unparalleled opportunity to delve into the world of cybersecurity and connect with experts and enthusiasts from around the globe. Join us in The Hague for the Cyber Security Week – where innovation, collaboration, and knowledge intertwine.
Emergence of The Hague as a European Cybersecurity Powerhouse
Situated as the international city of peace, justice, and security, The Hague has solidified its position as a significant hub for cybersecurity in Europe. The city is home to prominent institutions such as Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), the NATO Communications and Information Agency, the International Court of Justice, and various Dutch cybersecurity, intelligence, and security agencies. Alongside these institutions, The Hague hosts a vibrant cybersecurity business community, fostering the growth of the Security Delta (HSD) cluster. With over 275 public and private partners, this thriving ecosystem combines security and cutting-edge technology.