28 September 2017 - Cyber Security Week: Expertmeeting Cyber Security Academy

25 juli - 29 sept 2017

Cyber Security Week: Together we Secure the Future

From 25 to 29 September, The Hague is hosting the second edition of the international Cyber Security Week. During more than 40 events, hundreds of experts in cyber security and cybercrime working for governments, businesses and knowledge institutions will share their knowledge, discuss the latest developments and pitch innovative ideas. Together they will look for innovative solutions for one of the biggest challenges in our modern, digital world: how can we guarantee a secure cyber future?


Important events at the Cyber Security Week are the Europol-INTERPOL cybercrime conference and the final of the EC-Council hacking competition Global CyberLympics.

Participants in the Cyber Security Week include the Cyber Security Academy, Europol, INTERPOL, NATO, representatives of various European security clusters from the UK, Belgium, Germany and France, among others, and many big and small businesses that are specialised in cyber security. Through seminars, lectures, workshops, challenges and show cases, the participants and visitors to the CSW will hear the latest 'ins and outs' with regard to cyber security and be invited to share, enhance and apply their knowledge.


The Cyber Security Academy is participating in the CSW by organising an Expert Meeting for its alumni and (guest)lecturers on Thursday 28 September 2017 from 3pm and 5pm. The Expert Meeting is by invitation only.

The Cyber Security Academy regularly organises expert meetings for alumni and (guest)lecturers. In these meetings knowledge and experience on cyber security are shared. As well, new insights are gained through discussion and lectures. The theme of this meeting will be announced shortly.


The Cyber Security Week is an initiative of The Hague Security Delta (HSD), the leading security cluster in Europe, in which businesses, governments and knowledge institutions work together on cyber security innovations and knowledge development, national and urban security issues, the protection of critical infrastructure and forensics. Many events of the CSW will take place at the HSD campus, but other locations in the Hague - the International City of Peace, Justice and Security - will also host events, including the WTC, the Fokker Terminal and New Babylon.