ONE Conference is Europe’s prime cybersecurity event. A leading platform for sharing knowledge, best practices and research results, this year’s edition will take place on 18 & 19 October 2022. Both days offer a plenary programme as well as optional breakout sessions in smaller groups. A wide variety of topics will be addressed: from highly technical subjects such as malware detection, incident response, and law enforcement cases to less technical subjects, such as partnerships between the public and the private domain, governance and recent cybersecurity research.

Connecting cybersecurity specialists

ONE Conference features renowned experts from business, science and government organizations addressing a wide range of highly relevant topics. Subjects vary from current developments in cybersecurity to policy issues and economic opportunities in the cyber domain.


ONE Conference is organized by the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy, the National Cyber Security Centre, and The Hague Municipal Authority


In alignment with the mission and vision of ONE Conference, the City of The Hague aims to stimulate the exchange of cybersecurity intelligence for a more secure future. Dutch organization ECP, Platform for the Information Society, supports the logistics of the conference.

ONE Conference is a 2-day event. This year’s edition takes place on 18 and 19 October 2022. Both days offer a plenary programme as well as optional breakout sessions. In addition to facilitating the exchange of knowledge and best practices, ONE Conference offers excellent networking opportunities. Feel free to get in touch with us for more information.

History of the ONE Conference

The Netherlands has hosted the ONE Conference since 2013. It used to be known as the Govcert symposium, which was first organized in 2002. ONE Conference is an absolute must for members of the global cybersecurity community. Associated with the Global Conference on Cyberspace (2015) and the Netherlands’ EU presidency (2016), the ONE Conference has grown in relevance and importance, with the Dutch national government taking the lead.