The first week of October will be all about cybersecurity in The Hague. In the international city of peace and justice, everyday we work together to make the world a more secure place. As a global hub for cybersecurity, we acknowledge the threats and opportunities of our digitising world and are committed to keep us safe from cybercriminals. That is why we stimulate sharing knowledge, invest in cyber awareness and why we host many organisations that work on cybersecurity solutions. During the Cybersecurity Week everything comes together. The many events provide opportunities to network, meet key players, discuss the latest developments, share knowledge and create awareness. Let's collaborate and secure the digital future!  

The programme for 2024 is currently under construction. As soon as events are confirmed they will be listed below. As in previous editions, you can expect a variety of events in the field of cybersecurity. 

Cyber Security Week in The Hague is a Wrap

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Cyber Security Week in The Hague is a wrap! It was a great week packed with many events aiming to share knowledge, discuss cyber security issues, provide access to capital, stimulate collaboration and scout talent. It attracted many visitors to the city, more than 2.000 people attended the ONE Conference alone.


The week was opened by the minister of Justice & Security during the ECSO Cyber Investors Days at the HSD Campus and highlight was the ONE conference in World Forum followed by the International Cyber Security Business Event. Journalist from all over the world joined the week and a special media tour was organised, including a visit to the HSD Campus. 


Watch the recap video, to relive the vibe and we hope to see you next year!


The Cyber Security Week has ended, but we’re up to speed again: visiting the ITSA in Germany with a Dutch cybersecurity delegation on 24 & 25 October and on 24 October the start of Hardwear i.o. Security Trainings & Conference in The Hague: a 5-day event were 'techies' from over the whole world enhance their skills on hardware security.