Cyber Security Week 2017
25 – 29 September 2017
The Hague, The Netherlands
In the same week as the Europol – Interpol Cybercrime Conference and the Global Cyberlympics final, a unique ‘Cyber Security Week’ will be held at several locations in the city of The Hague. During this week, The Hague is the place to be for everyone active in the cyber security domain. It provides the opportunity to meet some of the key players, participate in hackathons and discuss cyber security topics! The CSW is powered by The Hague Security Delta, the leading security cluster in Europe.
Participate in Cyber Security Week 2017?
If you’ve got ideas for our programming or would like to join with your event?Please contact Bas Schot, + 31 (0) 6 86864082
Monday 25 Sept: Access to Talent
The first day of the CSW will be dedicated to sparking the interest of youngsters for the field of cyber security. Qualified personnel is of vital importance for the creation of innovative security solutions and thus the protection of organisations and society as a whole. Several events will be organised, including a Hacklab to promote the security sector to primary school students.
Tuesday 26 Sept: Access to Capital
Capital is necessary to develop innovative ideas into working systems and products. Therefore, a Dragons Den and start-up accelerator programme will be organised as well as a special startup event by Startupfest.
Wednesday 27 Sept: Access to Market
Access to business & knowledge partners, launching customers, and international markets is of great importance for developing innovations and doing business in cyber security. On this day an international matchmaking event will be organised and incoming trade missions will visit the city, presenting both national and international trade opportunities. The day will be closed with a network reception at the City Hall
Thursday-Friday 28-29 Sept: Access to Knowledge
It is important that organisations and society as a whole stay on top of their game to protect themselves against cyber threats. Therefore, access to relevant knowledge & innovations is key. That is why several lectures and events will be organised, including an HSD Café and Hague Talks.