16-05-2017

One conference


Since 2013 The Netherlands hosts the One conference (formerly known as the Govcert symposium, the first in 2002). For many people from the technical cyber security community one of the ‘must-visit’ conferences in. Partly due to the link with the Global Conference on Cyberspace (2015) and the Dutch EU-presidency (2016) the One Conference has grown in importance. The conference will now be broadened to an initiative of the national government. This will lead to a Conference with not only the focus on merely cybersecurity focus but also on the economic opportunities offered by the cyber domain. This is consistent with the approach chosen for the strengthening of our national cybersecurity. The One Conference is a two day conference consisting of a plenary program and various breakout sessions. Both technical topics such as malware detection, incident response, law enforcement cases and less technical subjects, among others, public-private partnerships, are discussed. Attention is also given to research from industry and science. The Ministry of Economic Affairs and the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC-NL) of the Ministry of Security and Justice are pleased to announce the International One Conference 2017 that will take place on May 16 and 17, 2017 in The Hague, the Netherlands. The Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs promotes the Netherlands as a country of enterprise with a strong international competitive position. The Ministry is committed to an excellent business climate by creating the right conditions and to give entrepreneurs space to innovate and grow. Netherlands as a digital gateway to Europe and as a safe place to do digital business are two key ingredients in its strategy. The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC-NL) of the Ministry of Security and Justice contributes to increasing resilience of the digital domain in Dutch society in collaboration with the private sector, the government and academia. We have a vital supportive function in society, providing central government and critical infrastructure with expertise and advice, responding to cyber threats and acting to strengthen crisis management. Program You will be inspired by an informative and diverse program that offers something of interest to a wide variety of participants from private sectors, public sectors and academia. It will appeal to a broad audience, from technical specialists and decision makers to policy makers and researchers. In plenary sessions and parallel tracks, leading experts and inspiring speakers will present a variety of topics. Technical subjects such as malware and monitoring, less technical subjects about organizational aspects of security and privacy, cybercrime and incident response cases, strategy, policy and public-private partnerships are amongst the topics you can choose from. Needless to say, you will have the opportunity to network with national and international speakers and participants. More information