Under the theme ‘We are all connected’, the International ONE Conference takes place in The Hague on 18 & 19 October 2022. It is Europe’s prime cybersecurity event and leading platform for sharing knowledge, best practices and research results. The conference inspires cross-border cooperation between cybersecurity professionals from business, science as well as government organisations.
Want to join? Request an invitation
Registration for the ONE Conference is based on invitation only. If you did not receive an invitation, but would like to join, preregister at one-conference.nl to request an invitation. Don't wait too long, because seats are limited.
It promises a programme of in-depth sessions, workshops, panels, and lightning sessions. Sessions include among others “The Human Cyber Attack Vector” by Biohacker Len Noe, “How criminals determine the ransom in ransomware” by Tom Meurs and “How to automate vulnerabilities searching process for fun and profit” by Ivan Iushkevich. Also Mark Ruijsendaal, Innovation Liaison at HSD will speak about "We lack talent, but it is not (only) where you think". In addition, lightning talks will be held in rapid succession about relevant and recent developments in Cybersecurity with room for discussion with the speakers. Full programme >
Innovation Expo & Matchmaking
This year an Innovation Expo will be organised for the second time, with cyber innovations from around the world. Here you can find the latest novelties from start-ups to tech giants. There are also extensive networking opportunities through the new matchmaking tool. Do you want to be part of the Expo? Visit the One Conference website for more info.
In the same week as the ONE Conference several other cybersecurity events will take place in the Hague. An overview will be published on the ONE Conference website soon. It will include for example the 'ECSO Cyber Investor Days' and an 'international business event' for delegations & visitors of the ONE Conference.
ONE Conference is jointly organised by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate, the National Cyber Security Centre and the Municipality of The Hague.